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COVER STORYStolen Identity. Identity theft is on the rise—and employers increasingly are involved.
Susan J. Wells
Keeping Your Network Safe. Be aware of all HR data security challenges.
HR MANAGEMENTKeeping Partnerships on Course. Like multiple bosses and challenging office politics? Try HR in partnerships.
Elayne Robertson Demby
MANAGEMENTFocusing on ADD in the Workplace. Attention Deficit Disorder does not end in childhood; it could show up in your workplace.
Matthew F. McMillen
EMPLOYEE COMMUNICATIONMeet Your New Health Plan Option. Introducing employees to a defined contribution health plan can put HR's education skills to the test.
AGENDA: EMPLOYMENT & STAFFINGAn Acute Condition: Too Few Nurses. Tactics for coping with the nurse shortage.
AGENDA: COMPENSATION & BENEFITSTime To Redo Your Benefits? Know the key factors that should trigger a re-evaluation of your benefits package.
COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS
From the President: Effective HR Looks Toward the Future.
From the Editors: Identity theft; market your DC health care plans; Innovative Practice Awards deadline.
Patrick Mirza; Terence F. Shea; Leon Rubis
Management Tools: Hold That Thought. Place limitations on conversations with employees who need to speak with you in confidence.
Legal Trends: Paid Family Leave—It Could Happen to You. A new paid family leave law in California could be the start of a trend.
Terry Chapko and John English
Future Focus: Constant Conflict. IT advances draw HR into the struggle between business security and employee privacy.
Executive Briefing: HR managers up; demand for HR execs down; formal board reviews needed; more
Letters: Cover outrage; measure causes of performance; affirmative action response; more.
HR Update: Unfulfilled potential; surf for 401(k) education; cost of unscheduled leave; more.
HR Technology: Is ESS Right for Your Company?
Standing at the Crossroads; more.
What’s New: Health care debit card; talent assessment
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