Society for Human Resource Management

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  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    SHRM Online Display Advertising By HR Disciplines

    The Benefits Discipline deals with the various forms of indirect employee Compensation commonly referred to as "Benefits" that employers use to attract, recognize and retain workers. It includes designing and administering benefits such as paid leave, insurance, retirement income and various employee services, as well as various benefits mandated by...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Business Ethics: The Role Of Culture And Values For An Ethical Workplace

    An ethical workplace is established through an organization's culture, values and leadership. To promote ethical behavior, human resource professionals, people managers and senior management need to be knowledgeable about business ethics - from leadership, codes of conduct and related legislation to compliance training, ethical decision-making, and cultural and generational differences...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    HR And Technology: Application Of New Technology To HR Functions

    Technology is changing at a rapid pace, and HR professionals are affected by these changes. This module is not designed to teach all the possible technologies but to generate discussion about how these technologies can help HR professionals work more efficiently and effectively. Students should be encouraged to develop a...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Recruitment And Selection: Hiring The Right Person

    There are as many different methods of recruiting as there are organizations, and there is no one best method for recruiting job applicants. Most organizations use a variety of methods, depending on the nature of the job to be filled, the time needed to properly fill the position and the...

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  • White Papers // May 2003

    Staying Power.

    "When you need key people to stick with you through tough times, reward them for their loyalty.The retention bonus, once a compensation tool reserved largely for top corporate executives, is increasingly being used to retain essential mid-level and rank-and-file employees, particularly in companies facing a financial crisis.Though still less common...

    Provided By Society for Human Resource Management

  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Business Ethics: The Role Of Culture And Values For An Ethical Workplace

    An ethical workplace is established through an organization's culture, values and leadership. To promote ethical behavior, human resource professionals, people managers and senior management need to be knowledgeable about business ethics - from leadership, codes of conduct and related legislation to compliance training, ethical decision-making, and cultural and generational differences...

    Provided By Society for Human Resource Management

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Recruitment And Selection: Hiring The Right Person

    There are as many different methods of recruiting as there are organizations, and there is no one best method for recruiting job applicants. Most organizations use a variety of methods, depending on the nature of the job to be filled, the time needed to properly fill the position and the...

    Provided By Society for Human Resource Management

  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    SHRM Online Display Advertising By HR Disciplines

    The Benefits Discipline deals with the various forms of indirect employee Compensation commonly referred to as "Benefits" that employers use to attract, recognize and retain workers. It includes designing and administering benefits such as paid leave, insurance, retirement income and various employee services, as well as various benefits mandated by...

    Provided By Society for Human Resource Management

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    HR And Technology: Application Of New Technology To HR Functions

    Technology is changing at a rapid pace, and HR professionals are affected by these changes. This module is not designed to teach all the possible technologies but to generate discussion about how these technologies can help HR professionals work more efficiently and effectively. Students should be encouraged to develop a...

    Provided By Society for Human Resource Management

  • White Papers // May 2003

    Staying Power.

    "When you need key people to stick with you through tough times, reward them for their loyalty.The retention bonus, once a compensation tool reserved largely for top corporate executives, is increasingly being used to retain essential mid-level and rank-and-file employees, particularly in companies facing a financial crisis.Though still less common...

    Provided By Society for Human Resource Management