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Students vie in HR competition

The SUNY New Paltz business-student association blended education with entertainment by participating in a recent “Test your Human Resource Knowledge” game show event.

SOS For Office Clutter


Cara Brook is a self-proclaimed personal trainer for your overfilled filing cabinets.

Building up the work team

We need to get our people working together.

Danbury mover gets low ranking from J.D. Power

Two of the past three years, Cartus Corp. has been tabbed the top employee relocation company by the Human Resources Outsourcing Association, and the Danbury company kicked off this year by adding more than 40 new corporate accounts, including Procter & Gamble Co.

Succession planning in a family owned business

This business was started by my parents and I’ve been working here nearly 10 years.

Pink slip issue

Towers Perrin, a Stamford-based company that ranks among the most prestigious human-resources consultancies in the country, is being sued by two former managers who allege the company violated federal labor laws in firing them following crippling hospitalizations.

Cabrini remake stresses dignity and privacy

It’s been a scene of drilling and hammering at St. Cabrini Nursing Home in Dobbs Ferry, a 300-plus-resident facility undergoing major renovations of the entire property. 

Latest in-house corporate amenity: day care

With a fleet of bright plastic kiddie cars parked in a row behind him, developer Robert P. Weisz last week unveiled his newest amenity for tenants at 1133 Westchester Ave in White Plains.

Help! I hate my employees!

I used to love my business.

Legal team outlines changes in labor laws

Religion, layoffs, undocumented workers and Eliot Spitzer were among the topics discussed at a recent seminar for human resources managers.

Immelt cites suitors for GE Appliances

General Electric Co.’s chief executive officer named Korea-based LG Electronics Inc. as a leading bidder for GE Appliances, while mentioning China-based Haier Group Corp. as one of four other potential suitors.

HR as economic bellwether

Those who hire (and fire) weigh in.