- Needed: An electronic business model for HR functions. Marini, David P. // Employee Benefit News;Jan2000, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p22
Stresses the need for an electronic business model for human resource (HR) functions. Dimensions of HR practices; Resources that enable employees and managers to communicate, plan and complete HR and benefits-related transactions on their own; Employee and manager HR-sponsored portals.
- HR Must Know When Employee Surveillance Crosses the Line. Zimmerman, Eilene // Workforce;Feb2002, Vol. 81 Issue 2, p38
Focuses on the debate over monitoring the Internet use of company employees in the U.S. as of February 2002. Features of the Message Inspector monitoring system used by Sapphire Technologies; Percentage of U.S. companies which monitor their employees' e-mail and Internet use; Reasons of...
- Reclaim Your Company's Internet Profits. Foster, Mike // Business Credit;Jan2001, Vol. 103 Issue 1, p11
Offers advice to business owners on how to prevent Internet misuse among employees. Implementing an Internet usage policy; Teaching employees on how to effectively use the Internet; Offering Internet alternatives; Installing content filtering and monitoring software.
- Creature discomforts. Handy, Charles // People Management;10/26/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 21, p71
Offers insight on how human resource (HR) personnel should survive in the world of business. Benefits of the Internet for businesses; Employment trend; Challenges facing the world of business.
- HR cyberspace. Frost, Mike // HRMagazine;Jul96, Vol. 41 Issue 7, p28
Reports on various online developments in the human resource management sector in the United States as of July 1996. Two basic choices for Internet access; Services provided by the homepage of LifeBalance Resources; Total number of temporary employees retained by companies; Launching of the HR...
- Averting Employee Internet Misuse. Foster, Mike // Credit Union Executive Newsletter;03/19/2001, Vol. 27 Issue 9, p4
Offers advice to credit union managers on preventing employees from misusing the Internet.
- Staff misuse web despite policies. Reade, Quentin // Personnel Today;7/9/2002, p3
Reports the percentage of human resources professionals receiving complaints about wasting time on the net inspite of the implementation of internet use policies. Use of software blocking certain pornographic sites; Limitation of personal time online; Dismissal of staff for internet misuse.
- A free consult: Policing net usage. Seymour, Jim // PC Week;7/24/95, Vol. 12 Issue 29, p28
Offers advice for companies on how to end employees' excessive use of the Internet network. Misconceptions about employees' use of the Internet; Implications of a move to limit employees' workplace access to the network.
- Employers have right to track employee's Web use. Mie-Yun Lee // Business Journal (Central New York);01/19/2001, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p5
Focuses on the trend among business owners in the United States of monitoring their employees' Web usage. Opposition of employees to the monitoring even if its legal; Options for employers who would like to conduct Internet monitoring.