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People on the move - Pensacola News Journal

Monday July 28, 2008

Amie Remington, general counsel for Landrum Human Resources, Inc., presented at the National Association of Professional Employer Organization’s (NAPEO) 2008 Legal and Legislative Conference held in Washington, D.C.

Remington lectured to more than 200 conference attendees on the topic of identity theft — personal and professional. According to NAPEO, the Legal and Legislative Conference is the premier source for advanced technical information on regulatory, legislative and legal issues affecting all aspects of PEO operations. The conference was held on May 19 at the Ritz Carlton Pentagon City in Virginia.

Business Intelligence -Six BI Trends You Can’t Ignore

Monday July 28, 2008

We offer six ways to boost BI adoption rates and drive greater return on your BI investments.  By Michael Corcoran

Business intelligence (BI) technology has had a tremendous impact on decision-making activities at most companies. In the last several years, it has become one of the most commonly deployed software technologies in the business world, helping executives, managers, and professional analysts stay in touch with current activities.

From an end-user standpoint, however, BI technology is only beginning to reach its potential. In this article, I identify six ways to boost BI adoption rates and drive greater return on your BI investments.

Hiring for HR? Remove some of the guesswork

Monday July 28, 2008

Over the years, Human Resources has evolved from primarily payroll and recordkeeping, into a bona-fide profession. Today, human resource professionals sit at the table with executives, and are key players in aligning people and programs toward achievement of company strategic goals. Management often depends on HR for guidance on handling sensitive personnel problems, and for expertise on complying with a myriad of complex and confusing employment regulations.

Outsourcing booming as the economy cools

Sunday July 27, 2008

Hawaii businesses are focusing more on money-generating activity

As the island economy has begun to falter, outsourcing is one aspect of the business community that is gearing up for a boom.

Although outsourcing has been a trend among Hawaii’s businesses since pre 9/11, it’s beginning to pick up steam. As the challenges to making money mount in Hawaii’s current economy, a growing number of Hawaii companies and small businesses have decided to outsource human resource functions or any other service that is not core to their product delivery.

Really Cool Foods to Start Taking Job Applicants

Saturday July 26, 2008

Hired Greenwood-based Tilson HR PEO to conduct initial screening interviews for perspective employees.

CAMBRIDGE CITY, Ind. - Wayne County’s newest major employer, Really Cool Foods, will be accepting on-line applications for full-time positions starting Monday, July 28.

Really Cool Foods is a fast-growing innovator in the field of fresh-prepared organic and natural food. The company is nearing completion of a 79,000 square foot processing and distribution facility at Cambridge City. Really Cool Foods will be hiring for 140 positions. The company is planning to expand in phases over the next several years.

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