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Succession Planning: Keys to Successful Transitions and Minimum Disruption

Succession planning—it’s not a new phenomenon, says consultant Mary Anne Kennedy, but it’s critically important and often done poorly. What will you do if a key person leaves, and there is no replacement?

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HR Technology Survey—Tell Us How Tomorrow Is Being Shaped … Today!

Last Friday, we launched our annual HR Technology Survey, and thank you to all who have participated thus far! For those who have yet to respond, it’s not too late—we’re eager to hear your opinions on how technology and software are drastically changing the way things are done in HR.

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Legal Pitfalls that Derail Your Telecommuting Program

In yesterday’s Advisor attorneys Deanna Brinkerhoff and Cathleen Yonahara offered 10 tips for successful telecommunicating; today, their take on the legal issues that challenge companies with telecommuters.

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Telecommuting—Top 10 Tips for Success

Would (or does) telecommuting work for you? Yahoo® and Best Buy® curbed it; meanwhile, Cisco® reported it improved retention and saved $277 million. In today’s Advisor, attorneys Deanna Brinkerhoff and Cathleen Yonahara offer ten practical tips for your telecommuting program.

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How Can You Fix Engagement?

In yesterday’s Advisor, Nicole Price suggested that engagement must be paired with personal accountability; today, some of her tips for effectively driving engagement forward.

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Engagement Drives Results, Right? There’s a Bit More To It

If you want to motivate your employees to better results, all you need to do is focus on engagement, right? It’s not that easy, says Consultant Nicole Price. Engagement does not simply equal results—personal accountability has to be somewhere in the equation.

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How Is Tech Shaping the Future of HR? Let’s Find Out! Please Participate in Our HR Technology Survey Today!

Are technology and software drastically changing the way things are done in HR? Please help us learn what’s happening with HR tech in the real world—What are best practices? What are your competitors up to? Help us find out!

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Helping Your Employees Make the Retirement Transition

In yesterday’s Advisor, we reviewed options for transitioning employees into retirement and how such programs benefit employers; today, how your partial retirement program can benefit employees as well.

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One Foot Out the Door—How Partial and Trial Retirement Can Benefit Your Company

The Pew Research Center estimates that 10,000 Baby Boomers will reach age 65 every day until the year 2030. While the Boomers in your organization may not be planning on retiring anytime soon, now’s the time to begin preparing for this labor exodus.

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Enron’s EVP Was Great … Except for One Thing

Many EVPs (Employee Value Propositions) consist of nice-sounding platitudes that are a litany of things that don’t reflect reality, says consultant Stephanie Tarant, PhD. Take Enron, for example.

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