Abstracts: The future of human resources: forging ahead or falling behind? HR's future on the way to a presence
Abstracts: The future of social security co-ordination for people moving from one EU country to another. Mexico's new social security law - what's in store?
Abstracts: The 'future' of U.S. manufacturing? Healthcare searches for retention cure. Growing strong leaders
Abstracts: The future of work and family: critical trends for policy, practice, and research. Global leadership competencies: managing to a different drumbeat
Abstracts: The global integration of diversity management: a longitudinal case study. Strategy and HRM in nonprofit organizations: evidence from Canada
Abstracts: The good and the bad: the impact of diversity management on co-operative relationships. The impact of time structure and time usage on willingness to retire and accept bridge employment
Abstracts: The great ETI debate, or whose plan is it anyway? From then to posterity: ERISA's past, present and future. ETIs, a scheme for the rescue of city and country with pension funds
Abstracts: The growing dependence on HRIS. The boom in benefits. The $2.1 billion rash of awards
Abstracts: The hidden costs of employee-directed investments. Having greater access to flexible benefits improves employee retention: UK
Abstracts: The HIPAA Privacy Rule and HR/benefits outsourcing: does the business associate label belong on your recordkeeper?
Abstracts: The hiring decision: assessing fit into the workplace. Interviewing savvy. Stress reduction tips to use in and out of the workplace
Abstracts: The history of employment-based health insurance: the role of managed care. Leaving an unethical managed care plan: An exploratory look at doctors' intentions
Abstracts: The HR budget squeeze. A shift in attitudes toward work hours. Preserving individuality under the Golden Arches
Abstracts: The HRIS as an agent of change. HRIS quality depends on teamwork. HRIS software buyer's guide
Abstracts: The human resource potential of Americans over 50. Human resource management innovations: determinants of their adoption and implementation
Abstracts: The human resource potential of Americans over 50. Self-renewal of the Japanese firm and the human resource strategy
Abstracts: The human resource profession: insurrection or resurrection? The Role of Training in Developing Global Leaders: A Case Study at TRW Inc
Abstracts: The ideologies of U.S. and Canadian IR scholars: a comparative analysis and construct validation. Why should human resource managers pay high wages?
Abstracts: The imminent rise of non-core US international investing. The emerging case for foreign bonds. The EPF & top-up schemes
Abstracts: The impact of changing union density on earnings inequality: evidence from the private and public sectors. A dynamic model of public sector employer response to unionization
Abstracts: The impact of children on women managers' career behavior and organizational commitment. Sex differences in responsiveness to organizational career management
Abstracts: The impact of computerised performance monitoring design features on the peformance appraisal process. MRP II: a prospectus for renaissance
Abstracts: The impact of culture on HRM styles and firm performance: evidence from Japanese parents, Japanese subsidiaries/joint ventures and South Asian local companies
Abstracts: The impact of deregulation on labor demand in Class-1 railroads. Discipline and due process in labor unions
Abstracts: The impact of divorce on work. The evolving education programme for personnel professionals. What do personnel managers think of their own training?
Abstracts: The impact of European integration on human resources management. Innovative ideas in international compensation
Abstracts: The impact of functional classification schema on managerial decision processes. Taking aim at problems
Abstracts: The impact of future demographic shifts on the employment of older workers. Re-shaping work for an older population
Abstracts: The impact of gender and location on the willingness to accept overseas assignments. International assignments: is there a role for gender and race in decisions?
Abstracts: The impact of IQ and EQ on pre-eminent achievement in organizations: implications for the hiring decisions of HRM specialists
Abstracts: The impact of organizational climate and strategic fit on firm performance. The contribution of core employees to organizational capabilities and efficiency
Abstracts: The impact of organized labor on public employment: a comparative analysis. Congressional support for unions' positions across diverse legislation
Abstracts: The Impact of Right-to-Work Laws on Employer Unfair Labor Practice Charges. Labor markets and Sunday closing laws
Abstracts: The impact of school and college expenditures on the wages of Southern and non-Southern workers. Vertical Spillovers, Market Concentration, Union Coverage, and Wages
Abstracts: The impact of the Mexican social security amendments on employers. Member states take action on pensions
Abstracts: The impact of the state second pension and of stakeholder pensions in the UK. Report from Spain: asset management
Abstracts: The implementation and adoption of new technology in organizations: the impact on work, people, and culture. Perspectives on the implementation of participative approaches
Abstracts: The implications of employment liability for welfare reform. Can work and training programs reform welfare?
Abstracts: The implications of genetic testing: how to use this management tool ethically and within the law. Prospective screening of diagnostic testing: a valuable tool
Abstracts: The importance of 'big ideas' to HR managers. Employees welcome 360-degree feedback. Business excellence at Armstrong World Industries
Abstracts: The importance of 'big ideas' to HR managers. The open track to elite status. The organic way to grow managers
Abstracts: The importance of HR practices and workplace trust in achieving superior performance: a study of public-sector organizations
Abstracts: The importance of subjective claims management. Linking health plan performance with disability outcomes. Managing disabilities in an integrated health environment: the experience of Aetna
Abstracts: The importance of top management visibility for service-based professionals. An examination of the relationship between older workers' perceptions of age discrimination and employee psychological states
Abstracts: The imposter syndrome. Dealing with a grieving employee. What employees 'see' is what organizations 'get'
Abstracts: The imposter syndrome. Getting hourly employees to work. Peak performance - it can be learned. And taught
Abstracts: The individual, the organization and the path to mutual appreciation. What's New In... Performance Appraisal
Abstracts: The indivisibility of risk - the management of employee benefits and care for the elderly. Health care benefits in Egypt
Abstracts: The Influence of Macroeconomic Variables on the Probability of Union Decertification. Regionality in NLRB decertification cases
Abstracts: The ins and outs of global sourcing. Corporate pension reform in Japan: big bang or big bust? How to network without really trying
Abstracts: The INS, Attorney General and President clarify non-discriminatory intent of law. Termination of health benefits during strikes can violate CBAs
Abstracts: The integration-differentiation puzzle: a resource-capability perspective in international human resource management
Abstracts: The international business traveller: a neglected but strategic human resource. Human resource management in Spain: is it possible to speak of a typical model?
Abstracts: The international reward balancing act - global or local? Death of a paradigm? Looking at international reward
Abstracts: The international trade union campaign for core labor standards in the WTO. Illinois Labor and the Return to Class Politics
Abstracts: The IPM's new flexible route to learning. The key role of the line manager in employee development. Studying to Be a Personnel Manager
Abstracts: The IT factor
Abstracts: The IT factor, part 5. Long distance learning made easy. Destination Europe, part 2
Abstracts: The IWW at one hundred: The return of the haunted hall? Commentary: Wobbly inspiration. "JOE HILL AIN'T NEVER DIED": The legacy of the Wobblies practical syndicalism
Abstracts: The Japanese management model - from ningen soncho to jiyu to jiko sekinin. Shifting the paradigm
Abstracts: The job training act and shipbuilding: a model partnership. The subliminal impact and hidden agendas of training
Abstracts: The labour relations heritage and lean manufacturing at Fiat. Is empowerment really a new concept?
Abstracts: The leader as coach. Co-ordination and delegation: the core development competencies to create a competitive edge (part 2)
Abstracts: The legal status of transsexuals in the workplace. Retirement: an executive decision? Language rules can violate Title VII
Abstracts: The living wage movement sweeps the nation. Labor and the living-wage movement. Unions organize around economic development
Abstracts: The loneliness of the long-distance trainer. Who needs the new Job Training Scheme? Government Plans to Give MSC More Say in Further Education
Abstracts: The long goodbye: new establishments and the fall of union voice in Britain. Lessons from management-union partnership in teacher performance appraisal in the New South Wales public education system
Abstracts: The long-run and short-run impacts of global competition on U.S. union wages. Deregulating union democracy
Abstracts: The loyalty factor. Testing is not at odds with diversity efforts. Are white males being left out?
Abstracts: The making of twenty-first-century HR: an analysis of the convergence of HRM, HRD and OD. High potentials as high learners
Abstracts: The management of labour in Japanese manufacturing plants in China. Effect of supervisor-subordinate guanxi on supervisory decisions in China: an empirical investigation
Abstracts: The managerial couple: superior-subordinate relationships as a unit of analysis. A psychoanalytic attributional model for subordinate poor performance
Abstracts: The managerial implications of changing workforce demographics: a scoping study. Introduction: the new workforce/the new workplace
Abstracts: The Managerial Mind. Training with an Eye on the Future. Auditing the office; environmental audits for offices
Abstracts: The manager within. Developing supervision. Finding Time for Supervisory Introspection
Abstracts: The many faces of benefits communication. L.A. hotel gives teens a career orientation. Making a case for lawyers in HR
Abstracts: The many forces on nonqualified retirement benefits and funding: where are we headed? Facing the inevitable: demographics and retirement income
Abstracts: The minimum wage and tipped employees. Minimum wage effects by gender. Nontransferable rents and an unrecognized social cost of minimum wage laws
Abstracts: The mis-selling of personal pensions: a UK financial services scandal. Pensions and divorce in the United Kingdom
Abstracts: The morass of maternity law. Unreasonable contract terms. What do wages really mean?
Abstracts: The MTA travels far with its Future Managers Program. The anatomy of a plant closing. Strategies for training new managers
Abstracts: The myth and the reality of pay for performance. Increasing minimum wages without maximum cost. The IRS and shareholder-employees
Abstracts: The nature and antecedents of middle manager resistance to change: evidence from an Italian context. Preserving knowledge legacies: workforce aging, turnover and human resources issues in the US electricity power industry
Abstracts: The nature of some recent trade union modernization policies in the UK. Coercion and the trade unions: a reconsideration of Hayek
Abstracts: The need for knowledge. Taking responsibilities. The last resort
Abstracts: The new-collar workers and unions' changing roles. From Santa to CEO - temps play all roles. Has the push for workers' rights shaped social change?
Abstracts: The new-collar workers and unions' changing roles. GTE managers on the move. Replacement workers during strikes: strategic options for managers
Abstracts: The 'newcomer' MNC and the re-organization of national industrial relations actor network: the case of the Finnish food-retailing sector
Abstracts: The "new HR" and the new HR consultant: developing human resource consultants at Andersen Consulting. Training at IBM's Human Resource Service Center: linking people, technology, and HR processes
Abstracts: The "new HR" and the new HR consultant: developing human resource consultants at Andersen Consulting. part 2 Workforce training transfer: a study of the effect of relapse prevention training and transfer climate
Abstracts: The new Indonesian pension law. Report from Spain: retirement planning & financial institutions. Report from Spain: pension regulations & flexible benefits
Abstracts: The new insurance tariff in Belgium. Retirement issues. Establishing an employee benefits reinsurance captive
Abstracts: The new insurance tariff in Belgium. The brave new world of broker commission transparency. Belgium tackles its public deficit problems
Abstracts: The new pensions law in Belgium. Australian: a different approach for the provision of retirement benefits. A new approach for severance payments in Austria
Abstracts: The new tax regime for stock options in Belgium. The new IAS proposals are welcome. Expatriates: expatriate remuneration and tax
Abstracts: The new UK pensions environment: issues for multinational companies. France: disclosure requirements for executive directors' remuneration
Abstracts: The new US deferred compensation law: relevance, meaning, and response. Greater transparency for hedge funds - a natural development in the USA
Abstracts: The new Venezuelan social security system. Argentina: managing compensation in a time of crisis. Retirement benefits in the Republic of Korea
Abstracts: The new workforce meets the changing workplace: strains, dilemmas, and contradictions in attempts to implement participative and entrepreneurial management
Abstracts: The next generation of workers in Australia: their views on organizations, work and rewards. Trends of the human resources management model in Brazilian companies: a forecast according to openion leaders from the area
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