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May 2005 

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HR MAGAZINE · May 2005
Vol. 50, No. 5
Table of Contents

COVER STORY
Unions Follow Suit. . As unions reorganize, they are starting to take lessons from the world of business.
Robert J. Grossman

PROFILE
Agent of Change. Paul McKinnon booted up HR at a fast-growing computer manufacturer. (Members Only)
Ann Pomeroy

WORK/LIFE
Coping with Divorce. Be prepared to offer resources to an employee whose marriage is coming to an end. (Members Only)
Linda Wasmer Andrews

Special Report on Compensation(Members Only)

    Equal Pay for the Sexes. Look at how women and men are paid and promoted at your organization to ensure equity and legal compliance. (Members Only)
    Janet Stites

    A Fresh Look at Executive Pay. Have your executive compensation plans reviewed carefully for shortcomings that could prove costly. (Members Only)
    Betty Sosnin

    No Results, No Raise. For some companies, withholding merit increases from poor performers pays off. (Members Only)
    Susan J. Wells

HR AGENDA: RELOCATION
Managing Temporary Relocations. Short-term relocations can save money, but they are a little trickier to manage than extended business trips. (Members Only)
Martha Frase-Blunt

HR AGENDA: TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT
Train for Smarter Hiring. To find a good fit, train hiring managers to communicate with HR and conduct effective interviews.
Kathryn Tyler

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS(Members Only)

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