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October 2006

   10/1/2006

Cover for October 2006 HR Magazine

HR MAGAZINE ยท October 2006
Vol. 51, No. 10
Table of Contents

COVER STORY
Branding Together . HR leads the internal re-branding campaign for employee buy-in-before the world sees the new image.
Eric Krell

EMPLOYMENT & STAFFING
Trouble on the Hiring Front. Stiffer penalties for hiring illegal aliens, coupled with cumbersome processes for confirming documentation, are making things tough even for law-abiding employers.
Susan Ladika

EMPLOYMENT LAW
Retaliation NationThe U.S. Supreme Court's landmark ruling on retaliation gives employers little leeway for mistakes.
Jathan Janove

SPECIAL REPORT ON HR TECHNOLOGY

    Risky Business. Before you put HR information on your laptop, take steps to protect sensitive company data.
    Bill Roberts(Members Only)

    Certified Success. Some employers are using technology to help track employees who require certification and to manage internal certification programs.
    Drew Robb(Members Only)

    Employee Referrals at a Keystroke. An automated system can speed and improve your employee referral program.
    Jennifer Taylor Arnold(Members Only)

HR AGENDA: DIVERSITY
EAPs for a Diverse World. As the U.S. workforce grows more diverse, so do employee assistance programs to help meet those cultural needs.
Donna M. Owens(Members Only)

HR AGENDA: AWARDS & INCENTIVES
Going Green. Driven by high gasoline prices and environmental consciousness, some companies are offering employees incentives for hybrid cars.
Kathryn Tyler(Members Only)

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS(Members Only)

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