Surveying the new terrain of Web-based HR

Elswick, Jill
October 2001
Employee Benefit News;10/1/2001, Vol. 15 Issue 13, p45
Interviews Alfred J. Walker, senior consultant with Towers Perrin on Web-based human resources (HR). Example of how Web-based HR are moving beyond administrative functions; Outlook on the prospects of companies in the Web-based HR market; Role of benefit professionals in the Web-based HR market.


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