Personnel

Articles from Vol. 66, No. 6, June

Flex for Success!
Flex for Success! Increasingly, the workforce will feature labor shortages and a larger proportion of women. Success under these conditions requires HR policies that create flexibility at the workplace. As the business world approaches the year...
Improving Effectiveness through an HR Review
Improving Effectiveness Through An HR Review More than ever before, companies are challenging their employee resources staffs (which many call either "personnel" or "HR") to become more effective contributors to the business. In many situations upper...
Pay for Performance in Action: A Case Study
Pay for Performance in Action: A Case Study At Eastern Michigan University, a pay-for-performance program that recognizes and awards achievement dramatically improved the previously dismal records of the university's sports teams. In 1983, the Eastern...
Profits Low? Your Employees May Be High!
Profits Low? Your Employees May Be High! Does workplace drug testing infringe on employee rights, or is it needed to ensure the well-being of a company and its employees? The authors examine the issues involved and discuss ways of developing a policy...
Surveying the Past ... Planning for the Future
Highlights of AMA's 60th Annual Human Resources Conference and Exposition: Surveying the Past...Planning the Future The HR profession has come a long way, but the challenges that face U.S. business in the decade ahead are certain to test HR's ability...
The New Game of HR: Playing to Win
The New Game of HR: Playing to Win In an era of labor shortages and changing demographics, the rules of the HR game are changing. Here's how the HR manager can be a winner--today and in the years ahead. The 18-year-long baby boom which occured between...
The Seven Deadly Sins of Employee Attitude Surveys
The Seven Deadly Sins Of Employee Attitude Surveys By avoiding the seven pitfalls described in this article, HR managers can conduct employee attitude surveys that represent an opportunity rather than a threat to other managers. Employee attitude...
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