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September 2007

   9/7/2007
 

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HR MAGAZINE · September 2007
Vol. 52, No. 9
Table of Contents

COVER STORY
China: Land of Opportunity And Challenge. HR professionals must keep leadership development and career growth at hyper speed in China.
Adrienne Fox

WORKPLACE FLEXIBILITY
The Future Is Now. Workplace flexibility and high technology permit more than 3,000 employees to work anywhere, anytime, through Capital One’s Future of Work program.
Ann Pomeroy

EMPLOYMENT LAW
Weapons Policies Under Fire. Should workers be guaranteed the right to keep legally owned firearms in their vehicles parked on employers’ premises?
Robert J. Grossman

EMPLOYMENT LAW
Full Disclosure. If you find an employee’s name on a sex-offender registry, what next?
Diane Cadrain

EMPLOYEE RELATIONS
All in the Family. Human resources can help ensure that businesses allowing nepotism establish policies and practices that are fair to all employees.
Lin Grensing-Pophal

HR AGENDA: TRAINING
Supporting Ethical Employees. The right training can provide employees with an ethical framework on which to base their decisions.
Jean Thilmany

HR AGENDA: COMPENSATION & BENEFITS
Helping Workers Kick the Habit. Smoking-cessation programs can pay off in reduced costs for serious illnesses years later.
Pamela Babcock



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