HR MAGAZINE · June 2006
Vol. 51, No. 6
Table of Contents
Do They Trust You? . The more your employees trust senior executives, the more your business profits. Here’s how you fit into the picture.
HR Is Mission Critical at the FBI. As the FBI’s first professional chief HR officer, Don Packham starts off with a clean slate.
A Capital Approach. HR can play a surprisingly large role in helping companies attract two different types of investors.
Robert J. Grossman
High Pay for High-Level HR. New research shows that HR is more often listed among companies’ most highly compensated executives.
Challenging Diabetes. An innovative diabetes management program enrolls community pharmacists to collaborate with diabetics and offers employees financial incentives to participate.
Susan J. Wells
Measuring Hiring Managers. How do some hiring managers consistently choose the most promising applicants? It’s worth finding out, experts say.
Robert J. Grossman
Taking Care of Their Own. Taking its lead from Chairman Bill Greehey, HR works hard at Valero Energy to make sure the rapidly growing company retains its culture of caring for employees.
Stopped at the Border. Early is on time, and on time is late when it comes to preparing for and executing the visa process in hiring foreign nationals.
Bidding Adieu. Retiring employees deserve—and their co-workers appreciate—a nice send-off to mark the occasion.
Under Lock and Key. Be vigilant about keeping sensitive employee information safe and secure.
SPECIAL REPORT ON OPEN ENROLLMENT
HR AGENDA: CAREER DEVELOPMENT
Higher Performance. HR professionals work hard to develop potential in others, but they should be just as diligent about guiding their own growth.
HR AGENDA: DIVERSITY
Employee Networks. Some employers are working with affinity groups to create a more diverse workforce and boost the bottom line.
Jennifer Taylor Arnold
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