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March 9, 2006

Named number one for employee-sponsored workforce training and development.
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March 7, 2006

In a nation where many companies fail in their duty to provide genuine, caring support when an employee has a child, sibling, or grandchild die, 65 employers in the private and public sector are being recognized by The Compassionate Friends in 2006 for doing just that. Recipients of Compassionate Employer Recognition, awarded annually, are acknowledged for going above and beyond the normal policies of most companies in supporting their employees when the death of a child has occurred.  ...full story

March 7, 2006

The apparent collapse of workplace safety has left America with an increased number of workers who are injured or killed while on the job. Safety experts Carl and Deb Potter provide tips and advice on how to increase awareness of workplace safety both at the management and employee levels.  ...full story
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March 15, 2006

via International Herald Tribune

For Caroline Holley, taking a job after meeting the boss once makes about as much sense as agreeing to an arranged marriage.

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March 10, 2006

via Globe and Mail

Avoid common blockages to your leadership development by following these tips.  ...full story

March 9, 2006

via Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Experts say most who get laid off won't find work quickly.  ...full story

March 8, 2006

via Management-Issues

Employee satisfaction surveys have evolved from being something of a touchy-feely add-on to a key tool for businesses that want to improve their performance, new research suggests. But are organisations making best use of the information they collect?

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March 8, 2006

via New York Times

The General Motors Corporation announced extensive changes to the retirement plans of its salaried employees on Tuesday, a decision that will cut its pension costs by $1.6 billion this year and lead to lower benefits for workers.  ...full story

March 8, 2006

via Toronto Sun

Companies need to better reward their employees' contributions if they want to stay competitive.  ...full story

March 7, 2006

via Daily Breeze

Rewards of several types keep employees on their toes and help to create a positive work environment.
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March 7, 2006

via Jackson Hole Star Tribune

An employee enters an unauthorized area of the company, his smart-chip badge triggering a hidden surveillance camera. That sends an alert to a security officer, who uses his laptop or cell phone to monitor what the intruder is up to.  ...full story

March 7, 2006

via Boston Globe

GE Aviation plans to eliminate up to 60 jobs as a result of a decline in orders for military parts.  ...full story

March 3, 2006

via International Herald Tribune

From subsidized child-care facilities and generous health care benefits to free cappuccino and Friday night keg parties, Genentech, the biotechnology company, knows how to keep its employees happy.  ...full story

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