HR MAGAZINE · December 2007
Vol. 52, No. 12
Table of Contents
Caught in the Web. Internet surfing takes on addictive qualities for some employees who may be hiding their abuse at work -- at a cost to both themselves and their employers.
2008 HR Trend Book. A look at developments affecting disciplines within HR, including benefits, staffing, relocation management, technology, training and development, outsourcing, consulting and awards and incentives.
Engineering Harmony. At TiVo Inc., HR leader Nancy Kato brings keen listening skills and a knack for building camaraderie to her job in Silicon Valley.
California, the Bellwether. California lawmakers and judges continue to push the boundaries of employee legal protections, affecting HR professionals nationwide.
Unmasking Illegal Workers. What should you do if a valued, longtime employee is discovered to lack eligibility to work in the United States?
Plugging the Boomer Drain. As baby boomers begin to retire, employers must thoroughly study the business implications—and make plans to avert a talent crisis.
Jean M. Phillips, Mary Pomerantz and Stanley M. Gully
HR AGENDA: EMPLOYMENT & STAFFING
Smart Selections. Core intelligence may be the best measure of a candidate’s fitness for a top job.
Martha J. Frase
HR AGENDA: CAREER DEVELOPMENT
Women and Negotiation. Academic research suggests that women’s reluctance to negotiate is partly behind their lower pay compared to men.
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