Improving Organizational Performance
2004 IHRIM Benefits & Compensation
Systems/ Services Buyer’s Guide
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Volume IX, Issue 1  
February/March 2004 US$10.00
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Irwin Kroot,
Guest Editor

In My Opinion
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HRMS Management Perspectives
Taking Employment Cues from the Downturn:
How to Maintain Workforce Efficiency in a Robust Market

Function Focus
Planning for Uncertainty:
A Must for Human Resource Professionals

TechNotes
HR-XML’s Assessment’s Standard:
Enabling End-to-End Talent Management

Talking With
Watson Wyatt’s Technology Solutions Practice

Web-based Benefits Administration
Ten Critical Questions to Ask Before Investing in a Benefits
Administration Solution
 
 
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Creating and Executing a Successful e-HR Strategy
By Kurt P. Schmidt, Ph.D.
Along with developing an effective e-HR strategy, what's also required is a well-conceived implementation plan that's been agreed upon by senior leadership and other key stakeholders. In addition, both the strategy and the implementation should be based on the organization's ability to absorb change and costs, and to commit resources.

Internal Shared Services: Business Drivers and Challenges
By Bob Lupp
For those firms that are considering a shared services model as a means to support the business requirements, there is a need to understand and address the challenges of implementing shared services. The key to successful delivery of services may just be increased utilization of shared services. Choosing the appropriate provisions and measuring the right performance metrics are critical to a successful relationship.

Seven (Free) Things Employers Can Do to Improve Background Screening
By Barry Nadell
Whether a person is hired or promoted for a job may depend on the information revealed in a background check. Job applicants and existing employees, as well as independent contractors who work at various employers’ sites - and even volunteers - may be asked to submit to background checks. For some job positions, federal or state law requires screening. Today, security-and safety-minded employers have opened their eyes and checkbooks after weighing the risks inherit in not first performing a background check.

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