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November 2005

   11/1/2005

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HR MAGAZINE · November 2005
Vol. 50, No. 11
Table of Contents

COVER STORY
Personality Counts. Personality tests haven’t changed much, but the way companies are using them has changed drastically.
Eric Krell

HR TECHNOLOGY
Safeguarding HR Information. Take care in safeguarding your company’s HR information. Failure to do so could cost you—and your employees—plenty.
Dan Caterinicchia

PROFILE
Keeping Her Balance. Audrey Boone Tillman brings legal skills and an appreciation for work/life balance to her position as head of HR for Aflac.
Ann Pomeroy

COMPENSATION
Good News for All, Great News for Some. Employers show the money to HR professionals who deal with employee health and engagement.
Joe Vocino

BENEFITS
Orderly Departures. Even if there are no downsizings in view, make sure your firm’s severance policies are current and nondiscriminatory.
Betty Sosnin

HR AGENDA: COMPENSATION & BENEFITS
Help Is at Hand. Employee aid funds are giving more employees a chance to get their lives back on track after a financial setback.
Roseanne White Geisel

HR AGENDA: EMPLOYMENT & STAFFING
Truth in Recruitment Branding. When it comes to selling your business to potential hires, honesty really is the best policy. Carolyn Brandon

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