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April 30, 2005

via CentreDaily.com

Small-business owners who rely on international workers to peel crawfish in Louisiana, pick crabs in Maryland and plant trees in Ohio say a cap on foreign visas is threatening their livelihood.

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April 26, 2005

via PersonnelToday.com

Almost 91 percent of respondents to a Personnel Today online poll said they would vote at the general election. This compares to a nationwide 59 percent turnout at the 2001 general election.

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April 20, 2005

via CFO.com

Fully 85 percent of respondents to a new study said they achieved hoped-for benefits, but 23 percent reported bringing an outsourced function back in-house   ...full story

April 14, 2005

via Indianapolis Star

The demographics are alarming: From 2008 to 2030, about 76 million baby boomers will retire, according to the Government Accountability Office, but only 48 million new workers will be available to take their positions   ...full story

April 14, 2005

via MyrtleBeach Online

Brunswick County officials are counting the number of minority employees and supervisors working for the county after the NAACP complained of racism in county hiring   ...full story

April 7, 2005

via HR.BLR.com

During the 2004-05 flu season, the majority of the nation's influenza vaccine went to the people at greatest risk for serious complications from flu, including 6 to 23 months old children, people 65 years of age and older, and people with chronic health conditions, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported   ...full story

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

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