Leverage the power of the internet

Greengard, Samuel
March 1997
Workforce (10928332);Mar1997, Vol. 76 Issue 3, p76
Discusses how human resources (HR) managers can maximize the use of the internet by using it for the different HR functions. Discussion on using the web to automate recruiting; Researching through web browsers and search engines; Long distance training programs for employees; Processing payroll; Administering benefits online. INSETS: Internet/intranet glossary of useful terms.;AT&T increases traffic with site redesign..


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