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From e-mail to health care, and from artificial intelligence to the end of HR as we know it, here are forecasts of how different the world of workforce management will be 10 years from now. orkforce-management decisions aren’t made with crystal balls. What they do demand is a clear sense of the landscape on the far horizon. As a human resources executive, you probably know what health care will cost your company next year. But you’re far less certain whether or not legions of workers will be full-time telecommuters five years from now, or if defined benefits will even exist in 2013. ...
has been appointed Faculty Ombudsperson. Day, who will begin her new position on September 1, 2010, has a doctorate in social psychology with an emphasis in organizational psychology from the University of Kansas, and a master’s degree in counseling psychology from UMKC. She joined UMKC in 1991 and is currently a tenured associate professor in human resources and organizational behavior at the Bloch School of Business and Public Administration. The role of the ombudsperson, which has a two-year term, is to serve as a neutral agent in faculty disputes, facilitating the resolution of ... Read More
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