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May 23, 2006

via Darwin

Company culture and other less tangible benefits go a long way towards retaining employees.

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May 23, 2006

via The Globe and Mail

When John Cross graduated from the University of Toronto 40 years ago with a degree in electrical engineering, he dreamed of designing pacemakers. Instead, he settled for a job as a medical sales representative with Hewlett-Packard (Canada) Co.

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May 22, 2006

via Fox News

The National Hurricane Center has predicted there will be four to six major hurricanes and up to 16 named storms in the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico this season. As the June 1 start of the hurricane season approaches, it is important to ensure your business is prepared.   ...full story

May 18, 2006

via Silicon.com

While Europe looks to India as its offshoring destination of choice, Mexico has launched an initiative to promote itself to the US as a 'nearshoring' destination that's so close to home it's often within commuting distance.

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May 15, 2006

via Financial Times

Customised executive education is booming, yet British businesses and public sector organisations are wasting up to £75m a year in poorly conceived and delivered programmes that are not achieving their aims.   ...full story

May 15, 2006

via Reliable Plant

The term “talent management” is still somewhat of a mystery to most, but it is becoming more widely used to describe the overall HR strategy around people in the workplace.   ...full story

May 9, 2006

via HR.BLR.com

One major obstacle HR professionals have had when it comes to implementing a wellness program with financial incentives for employees has been selling the program to top management. Michael F. Carter, Vice President of Hay Group, a global consulting firm, says he's got the evidence that HR can come armed with when a CFO, CEO or other top executive says "Show me the money!"--that is, the savings that will result in the implementation of such a program.

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May 8, 2006

via Globe and Mail

CEOs must learn to steer their firms in new directions in a non-alienating way

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May 8, 2006

via Bizjournals

Lack of time is probably the biggest obstacle to leaders providing more recognition in the workplace. Managers are often too busy focusing on what's urgent to focus on what's important -- namely, the people they manage.

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May 5, 2006

via MSNBC

Did a good employee slip through your fingers? You have a second chance.

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