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June 30, 2006

via Washington Post

Federal officials yesterday announced the recovery of computer equipment stolen from an employee of the Department of Veterans Affairs. They said that sensitive personal information of 26.5 million veterans and military personnel apparently had not been accessed.  ...full story

June 23, 2006

via Washington Post

A hacker breached the Agriculture Department's computer system and may have taken personal information on 26,000 employees, retirees and contractors, the department said, making it the latest federal agency to have had personal data compromised.

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June 22, 2006

via Forbes

We've all been there. One month, there are three birthdays in your department. Then in the summer, your heart and purse strings get tugged by co-workers looking to be sponsored for this or that charity walk. Come fall, it's Girl Scout cookie time. And let's not forget the retirements and that guy a couple of cubicles over whose wife is pregnant…again. You smile, but you want to scream, "Leave me alone! Do you know how much I get paid?"   ...full story

June 19, 2006

via Monterey Herald.com

With a bachelor's degree, MBA and two internships under her belt, Libby Sartain felt ready for almost anything on her first day as a personnel assistant in a corporate office -- except for the temperamental copy machine. So, she turned to a co-worker for help.   ...full story

June 19, 2006

via Personnel Today.com

Guess who?...is the most powerful figure in HR? With employment policies and practices changing all the time, there’s plenty of opportunity for HR to...  ...full story

June 18, 2006

via Jamaica Observer

Employers may want to consider using social networking websites, such as MySpace, Friendster and Facebook, to market their company to new employees, according to Challenger, Gray and Christmas Inc, a global outplacement consultancy.  ...full story

June 7, 2006

via Washington Post

Social Security numbers and other personal information for as many as 2.2 million U.S. military personnel -- including nearly 80 percent of the active-duty force -- were among the data stolen from the home of a Department of Veterans Affairs analyst last month, federal officials said yesterday, raising concerns about national security as well as identity theft.  ...full story

June 6, 2006

via HR.BLR.com

Globalization, outsourcing, movement from manufacturing to a service economy, and sluggish economic growth have all affected employee compensation over the past 5 years, said Robert Skladany, a principal at Wellesley Consulting, who spoke at the Connecticut Business and Industry Association's 2006 Compensation and Benefits Symposium.

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