HR MAGAZINE · March 2008
Vol. 53, No. 3
Table of Contents
The Brain at Work. Leaders who understand psychological and neuroscientific discoveries can apply them in management and training.
Personalized Transition. Outplacement services for employees undergoing career transitions can keep them optimistic and focused on career goals -- and underscore an employer’s values.
Donna M. Owens
A Passion for Diversity. Deborah Dagit, chief diversity officer at Merck & Co., launches 10 'global constituency teams' of senior leaders representing business units worldwide.
SPECIAL REPORT ON RELOCATION
Expat Lifestyles Take a Hit. Corporate relocation experts are looking for ways to hold down the cost of staffing foreign operations.
Seamless Relocation. Choosing a vendor to relocate your employees takes planning and preparation. Here’s how to make sure your company makes the right move.
Nancy Hatch Woodward
Relocation Metrics. Compare what it costs your company -- in time, dollars and other measures -- to move employees.
HR AGENDA: COMPENSATION & BENEFITS
Speeding Travelers. More than 80,000 frequent fliers have signed up for faster security-screening lines reserved for preapproved passengers at airports.
HR AGENDA: EMPLOYMENT & STAFFING
Treat Contingent Workers with Care. Don’t get caught unprepared when it comes to filling predictable and unexpected staffing needs with contingent workers.
COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS
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