Phased retirement keeps employees-and keeps them happy
- Lost and found--retired employees. Cyr, Diane // Personnel Journal;Nov96, Vol. 75 Issue 11, p40
Focuses on the rehiring of company retirees. Benefits of lower costs and experience from the use of retirees; Examples of various retiree-work programs; Solutions to problems in employing retirees. INSET: Retirees forgo leisure for volunteerism, by D.C..
- Rethinking the Contingency Workforce: Why Not Hire the Retired? Brown, Darrel R.; Gray, George R. // SAM Advanced Management Journal (07497075);Spring91, Vol. 56 Issue 2, p4
Discusses the impacts of the growth of contingent workforce on human resource management in the United States. Reasons for the growth of the contingent workforce; Advantages and disadvantages of using contingent workers; Employment of retirees.
- The third way on pay. Brown, Duncan // People Management;01/14/99, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p25
Recommends an approach for reward management in Great Britain. Benefits of the approach; Comparisons with reward strategies in the United States; Need for adoption of the approach by British human resource managers.
- HR held back by inability to measure human capital. Willmott, Ben // Personnel Today;9/24/2002, p1
No abstract available.
- The Resource-Based Theory and Human Resources. Olalla, Marta Fossas // International Advances in Economic Research;Feb99, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p84
Provides information on a study which examined the effect of resource-based theory on human resource management and analyzed whether human resources can be considered strategic. Review of literature on research-based theory; Intangible resources and human resources; Conclusions.
- HR career issues... // Personnel Today;2/2/2010, p16
The article provides an answer to a question on losing touch with the human resources (HR) staff.
- Appendix. // Future of HR & the Need for Change;1/1/2005, p122
A variety of roles by human resource management that relate to the issues discussed in the chapters of "Future of HR & the Need for Change" are presented.
- Who's Investing in HR? Davidson, Linda // Workforce (10928332);Dec99, Vol. 78 Issue 12, p66
Looks at the real worth of human resources (HR) in corporations in the United States. Why increasing costs in HR is not a temporary business condition; Need for a long-term commitment to the human side of the business; Primary competitive weapons a company can wield.
- Harnessing the power of intellectual capital. Bassi, Laurie J. // Training & Development;Dec97, Vol. 51 Issue 12, p25
Discusses the importance of knowledge management and the intellectual capital that it creates to organizations. Competitive advantage presented by knowledge management; Goals of knowledge management and intellectual capital measurement; Declining cost of information processing; Role of training...