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  • Friday May 30, 2003

    When a company restructures, a business-savvy HR department can play a vital role

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    “In crisis, what you try to do is make your life as simple and as black and white as fast as you can.“ -- U.S. Army Col. Thomas Matthews, who headed the mission that later was immortalized in the book and movie, “Black Hawk Down”

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  • Friday April 18, 2003

    To control health costs, show consumers the price tag

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    Call it A Tale of Two Black Eyes.

    One of the many flaws in our health care system was illustrated when two family members – my 22-year-old daughter and my 84-year-old mother – both suffered shiners recently.
     

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  • Friday January 3, 2003

    Getting the most out of pay increases

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    Countless articles have been written about the exorbitant salaries and stock options sometimes found in corporate America. Although it is interesting to read about the executives who earn millions each year, such information has little relevance for most smaller and mid-sized companies.

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  • Friday October 4, 2002

    The case for outsourcing human resources

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    The way that organizations view human resource management has reached a critical crossroads. Consider the following:

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  • Friday August 30, 2002

    HR strategies must shift with a tough economy

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    Over the last year and a half, U.S. employers have been forced to eliminate 1.7 million jobs, and more cuts are expected. Bankruptcies have become commonplace. The fragile economy remains vulnerable to slipping into another recession.

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