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March 2006

   3/1/2006

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HR MAGAZINE · March 2006
Vol. 51, No. 3
Table of Contents

COVER STORY
The Ethics Squeeze. Real-life stories from HR professionals show how to respond when your company’s business practices war with your professional ethics.
Ann Pomeroy

BENEFITS
Bearing Fruit. Companies are dangling free tuition, time off to study and bonuses to encourage employees to pursue more education.
Matt Bolch

CAREER DEVELOPMENT
Finding the Right Job Fit. To ensure that you end up in a place where you truly belong, you have to ask the right questions—of your potential employer and of yourself.
Lisa Daniel and Carolyn Brandon

SPECIAL REPORT ON OUTSOURCING

    A Crowded Space. HR will need to adapt as the maturing HRO market changes and attracts a slew of new providers.
    Pamela Babcock

    Get Star-Quality Service. Better manage your outsourcing decisions to avoid customer service results that fall short.
    Roseanne White Geisel

    Sending COBRA off to the Experts. Many employers have COBRA administered by specialists to make sure the i’s are dotted and the t’s are crossed.
    Carolyn Hirschman

HR AGENDA: GLOBAL HR MANAGEMENT
Retaining Repatriates. Value and retain repatriates by managing their expectations, keeping communications open and capitalizing on their expertise.
Kathryn Tyler

HR AGENDA: TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT
Virtual Mentoring. To expand and potentially improve your mentoring program, consider putting it online.
Donna M. Owens

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