25 Trends That Will Change the Way You Do Business
- Room with a view. Glover, Carol // People Management;8/8/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 16, p25
Discusses the changing employers' attitudes toward office design. Origin and evolution of the smart space concept in office design; Impact of office design on employees' productivity and company culture; Various comments on the trend. INSETS: SPOILT FOR CHOICE;REVOLVING DOORS;CLIMATE CHANGES.
- E-mail snooping: A smart strategy. Musthaler, Linda // Network World;5/9/2005, Vol. 22 Issue 18, p39
Warns companies that do not conduct electronic mail policy training nor monitor internal electronic mail messages that they can be putting themselves at risk.
- The need for e-mail policies. McShulskis, Elaine // HRMagazine;Jul96, Vol. 41 Issue 7, p17
Focuses on the continued debate among human resource management professionals on electronic mail privacy. Absence of a definitive ruling on electronic mails; Need for a written company policy that can help employees understand that employers can and will monitor the use of the system.
- I'm Watching You. Nunn, Leslie E.; Patridge, Dane; McGuire, Brian // Denver University Law Review;2002, Vol. 79 Issue 4, p550
Discusses the issue of whether and how employers can monitor the use of electronic mail and the Internet by employees in the U.S. Necessity of monitoring employee electronic communications to reduce the amount of productivity lost to non-work related activities and to guard against employees...
- What is your company policy on employee use of e-mail and the Internet? // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009);05/28/99, Vol. 46 Issue 22, p21A
Focuses on company policies on employee use of e-mail and the Internet. Encouraging employees to use the Internet; Responsible use of the Internet; Allowing employees to use the e-mail as an additional perk.
- Getting a response from 360 feedback. // Personnel Today;10/21/2003, p73
Pilat HR Solutions' 360 Pulse system overcomes the common 360Â° feedback problem of everyone needing to adhere to the same timetable, regardless of other pressures by allowing each individual to choose their own schedule. Individuals can now speed up the feedback process in preparation for an...
- Under surveillance. Butler, Daniel // Accountancy;Apr99, Vol. 123 Issue 1268, p38
The article focuses on business fraud in Great Britain. It suggests that if employers are going to spot fraud in the workplace, they have to be vigilant. The Institute for Personnel and Development's guidelines on electronic mail policy recommend that employees be told about the monitoring of...
- Pigeon work keeps graduate at bottom of the pecking order. // Personnel Today;5/13/2003, p44
The challenge for senior HR executives to become business partners and align people management strategies with business needs is a complex and exciting one. This article focuses on an E-mail received from a self-proclaimed HR graduate trainee at a large financial institution, who claimed her job...
- E-mail alters office communication etiquette. Donahue, Kelly // Crain's Cleveland Business;11/01/99, Vol. 20 Issue 44, pT-3
Looks into the increasing popularity of electronic mail (e-mail) as the preferred form of communication in the United States workplace. Drawbacks and advantages of communicating via e-mail; Ambivalence of some employees on the use of e-mail as form of office communication; Findings of the...