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Retail Sector at Risk Through Lack of Engagement, ...

posted by www.hrpcenter.com – February 21st, 2012 New Research Shows That Improving Engagement Can Enhance Customer Satisfaction and Increase Sales; Leadership Development, Compensation, Innovation and Work-Life Balance Hold the Key to Improving Engagement   WAYNE, PA, Feb 21, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) — Employee engagement in the U.S. retail sector has sunk to its lowest levels since 2009, according to a...

Onboarding: the fast track to staff productivity? ...

posted by www.hrpcenter.com – January 17th, 2012 The pressure on HR teams and line managers during busy and difficult times can mean elements of the onboarding process are inadvertently overlooked or forgotten. But it can be a mistake to cut the time and money spent engaging with new recruits before and after they start. read more...

For 2012, IRS Raises Retirement Plan Contribution ...

updated 11/4/2011 The U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on Oct. 20, 2011, announced cost-of-living adjustments (COLAs) affecting dollar limits for defined contribution and defined benefit retirement plans and other retirement-related items for tax year 2012. Many plan limits on contributions and benefits will rise because increases in the cost-of-living index met the statutory thresholds that trigger their...

Inside HR: Interview with Richard Carr, head of HR...

posted by www.hrpcenter.com The head of HR at Bain & Company gives top tips for anyone looking to join management consultancy. Read more >

Don’t Ban Pre-Employment Credit Checks

posted by www.hrpcenter.com You’ve always paid your bills on time and even put a little bit of money in the bank. But, when you lost your job and unemployment stretched for weeks and then months and then over a year, the mortgage didn’t always get paid and neither did your reasonable cell phone bill, that you had signed a two year contract on. You’re not irresponsible, but your credit is shot. The only thing that you...

Merge, Outsource, Re-merge

posted by www.hrpcenter.com Imagine this. You’re fixing your house, and you take down a few walls to reconfigure how the place looks – it’s a bit more open, you can see more, put more people in it when you entertain. Read more...