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April 2006

   4/1/2006
 

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HR MAGAZINE · April 2006
Vol. 51, No. 4
Table of Contents

COVER STORY
The Doctor Is In-House .In-house health care is growing, and it’s helping employers cut costs and employees stave off medical problems.
Susan J. Wells

PROFILE
Big Oil’s HR Champion. HR experience drilled the importance of people into Shell Oil President John Hofmeister, propelling him to oil industry success.
Ann Pomeroy

STRATEGIC HR
Winners and Learners. The valuable feedback and insights gained by applying for the Baldrige Award make winning secondary.
Ann Pomeroy

SPECIAL REPORT ON EMPLOYMENT & STAFFING

    The Brain Race. Student visa restrictions and more competition abroad are keeping top foreign students from coming to the United States.
    Susan Ladika

    Making Seasonal Employees Work. Tapping a seasonal workforce helps some employers manage costs and meet demand.
    Donna M. Owens

    How To Say No After Saying Yes. Here’s a primer on experts’ tips for avoiding legal complications in withdrawing job offers.
    Diane Cadrain

HR AGENDA: HR TECHNOLOGY
Optimizing HR Software Demonstrations. Your business stands a better chance of selecting the right HR software if you make the most of a vendor’s software product demonstration.
James Michael Brodie

HR AGENDA: COMPENSATION & BENEFITS
Options to Stock Options. Many long-term incentive compensation tools provide alternatives to stock options now that new accounting standards have increased their costs.
Pamela Babcock

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