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April 6, 2005

A new Hewitt study shows that while companies are well versed with measuring employee success, very few measure to see if these programs are successful
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April 5, 2005

A new survey from Cendant Mobility and Worldwide ERC reveals that 27 percent of human resources executives cite increases in rise of unofficial global assignments

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April 4, 2005

The 10 year deal sees IBM provide administrative services for approximately 70,000 current and retired Dana employees in North and South America and Europe  ...full story
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April 6, 2005

via The New York Times

United States companies announced 20 percent fewer layoffs in March after an increase in February, an employment consultant said yesterday in a monthly report  ...full story

April 5, 2005

via Personnel Today

A progressive strategy has resulted in logistics company TDG European Chemicals reducing its absence rate by 50% over three years and saving £250,000 last year  ...full story

April 4, 2005

via Baltimore Sun

Phased retirement favored by many seeking to retain an income, reduce stress  ...full story

April 4, 2005

via Los Angeles Times

As part of a national image-polishing campaign, Wal-Mart Stores Inc. will play host to nearly 100 journalists this week for meetings with top executives and tours of its Bentonville, Ark., home office  ...full story

March 31, 2005

via Washington Post

Pentagon officials and union leaders will begin meeting April 18 on proposed pay and personnel system changes for about 746,000 civil service employees at the Defense Department, according to a letter sent this week to Congress  ...full story

March 30, 2005

via Los Angeles Times

The surprise choice is said to be the opposite, in many ways, of ousted executive Carly Fiorina  ...full story

March 30, 2005

via The New York Times

Northwest Airlines said yesterday that it was increasing the amount it wanted in labor concessions to $1.1 billion a year and that it would seek to freeze employee pension plans  ...full story

March 30, 2005

via Government Technology

The California State Controller's 21st Century Project, is a collaborative statewide effort that will replace and improve California's human resources/payroll processes and systems with an enterprise-wide system  ...full story

March 24, 2005

via Silicon.com

Company directors are increasingly leaving themselves at risk from prosecution by failing to comply with tightening regulation  ...full story

March 24, 2005

via The New York Times

Facing their worst financial outlook in years, executives at General Motors said yesterday that they wanted union workers to accept the same health benefit cuts already taken by white-collar workers  ...full story

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