Wall Street and HR

January 2002
Workforce (10928332);Jan2002, Vol. 81 Issue 1, p28
Details the influence of Wall Street on human resource (HR) in the United States. Programs of HR formulated in response to earnings expectations from Wall Street; Actions taken by companies to meet the earnings projections of Wall Street.


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