New to the HR brew

Maxwell, Jill Hecht
April 2001
Inc.;Apr2001, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p100
Reports on the growing number of companies in the United States offering free coffee and other beverages to recruit and retain employees. Features of the in-house coffee bar created by Cronin and Co. for its employees; Comments from Kristin Bowl, spokeswoman for the Society for Human Resource Management, on the growing trend in personnel management.


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