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September 2005

   9/1/2005
 

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HR MAGAZINE · September 2005
Vol. 50, No. 9
Table of Contents

COVER STORY
A Calling for Change. . Without certain key skills, joining an organization with a goal of improving the HR function can be a real challenge.
Pamela Babcock

HR MANAGEMENT
Share and Share Alike. Job sharing could be headed for an upturn as employers adopt ways to keep experienced employees on the payroll. (Members Only)
Carolyn Hirschman

EMPLOYMENT LAW
ADEA Prevention, Not Panic. A recent high court ruling may trigger more age discrimination lawsuits, but may not necessarily produce more wins for older workers. (Members Only)
Margaret M. Clark

EMPLOYEE RELATIONS
Let It Rip. Communicating change slowly prolongs the pain for employees and diminishes their trust. (Members Only)
Nancy Hatch Woodward

LABOR RELATIONS
A Tale of Two (Unionized) Companies. Two companies take different approaches but achieve similar outcomes—they are great places to work. (Members Only)
Robert J. Grossman

HR AGENDA: COMPENSATION & BENEFITS
Going into Leave Debt. Some employers let employees borrow against their vacation time. (Members Only)
Roseanne White Geisel

HR AGENDA: DIVERSITY
Multilingual Workforces. It takes skill to manage a multilingual workforce, but the rewards can be great for employers and employees.
Donna M. Owens

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS(Members Only)

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