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July 20, 2006

But Will Employees Be Financially Ready for Retirement?

Sixth Annual 401(k) Benchmarking Survey Also Shows Dramatic Increases in Time-Based Lifestyle Funds, Auto-Enrollment and Step-Up Programs

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July 12, 2006

Miscommunication and a lack of cross-cultural understanding can hinder the effectiveness of global sourcing, according to the results of a study released today by Accenture (NYSE: ACN).  ...full story

June 4, 2006

A new national business ethics study, gathered from surveys of more than 200,000 U.S. employees, finds an increase in employee awareness of issues related to business integrity, social responsibility and corporate values since Enron's accounting scandal in 2001.  ...full story
Executive Profiles:

Stacey Allerton Firth, VP Human Resources, Ford Motor Company of Canada

Honeycomb Connect Executive Member, Stacey Allerton Firth, Vice President of Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited, jumped into HR feet first, both in the U.S. and Canada.
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Executive Reports: ...more Executive Reports

February 27, 2007

Bruce Erenkrantz, Vice President of Development at Ingram Micro Inc. and Honeycomb Connect executive member, answers questions on securing his organization against employee crime.  ...full story

October 1, 2006

Has OSS become part of the main stream? It’s an interesting question and one that will be the subject of debate at Open Source Software for the Enterprise an Xtalks web conference due to take place on October 11. Other areas of discussion will include an evaluation of the risks and benefits of open source software compared with commercial counterparts. In anticipation of the event, Honeycomb Connect unearths some of the key issues o  ...full story
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September 22, 2006

via security.itworld.com

The U.S. Commerce Department reported that 1,137 laptops have been lost or stolen since 2001, with 249 of them containing some degree of personal data.  ...full story

September 21, 2006

via Computerworld.com

Bob Worrall has been in the job for only six weeks.  ...full story

September 18, 2006

via Computerworld.com

Strong economy, tight job market can make hiring a challenge.  ...full story

September 1, 2006

via CIO.com

Things to do today and tomorrow to keep your evolving IT department stocked with the best and most useful employees.  ...full story

September 1, 2006

via InformationWeek.com

Details of the AT&T hack are beginning to emerge. It was pulled off by identity thieves who used a bogus Web site and convincing E-mails in an attempt to fool the telecom vendor's customers.  ...full story

August 31, 2006

via vnunet.com

More money the driving force for most tech professionals.  ...full story

August 31, 2006

via TechWeb

In an unusual human-resources move, RadioShack Corp. this week sent layoff notices by email to several hundred employees The RadioShack layoffs occurred at the company's Fort Worth, Texas, headquarters on Tuesday, when 400 workers received emails saying: "The work force reduction notification is currently in progress. Unfortunately your position is one that has been eliminated," according to the Associated Press.  ...full story

August 11, 2006

via n-e-life.com

Cyberslacking definition: “Wasting time, usually at work, using email and the internet.”  ...full story

August 11, 2006

via Times Online

My name is Mick, and I am an office bully. Before you start booing, I am a victim of office bullies too. Indeed, many people I have worked with could also qualify as both bullies and bullied. And so, quite possibly, could you — at least according to the ever-widening definition of workplace harassment today.  ...full story

July 30, 2006

via Washington Post

The House completed its summer work in a flurry of post-midnight debates and votes yesterday, approving changes to the federal minimum wage, estate taxes and pension laws. But with deep divisions lurking in the Senate, it all may go for naught, as have so many other recent efforts, leaving the two chambers open to perhaps the loudest taunts of "do-nothing Congress" in decades.  ...full story

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