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Discussing Development Plans
When dealing with an underperforming employee, a structured process can provide a framework that helps both the manager and employee walk through the necessary steps to increased engagement and productivity.
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Designed for Failure
Getting to "Yes" and then documenting that "Yes" can be an exhausting experience. From provider identification through requests for proposal, evaluation of bids, selection of the ultimate service provider and contract negotiations and settlement, the road can be long and tortuous.
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Global Nomads' Retirement Puzzle
Some call them "global nomads." Others say they belong to an "international cadre." Either way, they are expatriate employees who spend a decent chunk of time (three to five years or longer) on multiple international assignments, typically moving from country to country in the process.
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Talent-Mobility Imperative
A recent global study by PricewaterhouseCoopers Tax demonstrates some of the business implications of having the right talent in the right markets at the right time, including:
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Customers Save on Moving, Storage With United Van Lines
This is part of a special advertising section featuring case studies offering solutions to relocation challenges.
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Mayflower Helps Companies, Employees Save on Relocation
This is part of a special advertising section featuring case studies offering solutions to relocation challenges.
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Local Leaders Needed
When a U.S.-based company opens an office overseas, is the best person to lead that operation (initially, at least) an American? Not necessarily, says New York-based international executive-search consultant Gary Klein, although that has often been the prevailing wisdom at American firms, he adds.
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How Do You Treat Global Workers?
With so many companies employing so many people around the globe, a question looms: Are the workers in smaller countries treated as full employees with access to the same information, policies and benefits other employees have?
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The Future of HRO
As the human resources outsourcing sector continues to evolve, end users should benefit from the formation of new segments as well as the advancement of existing ones, experts say.
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Success in Outsourcing Leave Management
The three keys to finding success in leave-management outsourcing include anticipating cultural change, engaging employees with a clear communications campaign and managing expectations.
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Talent Management Column

While the idea that employers would co-invest in an employee's education is certainly not a new one, IBM has begun retraining its workers with an old-school -- and perhaps replicable -- approach.
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