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While there is no “correct” HR-to-staff ratio, one HR professional per 100 employees is a generally accepted starting point. But HR-to-staff ratios have become less precise—and harder to interpret—due to the economic downturn, layoffs and the continued growth of outsourcing. Still worth measuring?
Well-rounded leaders don’t need to know a lot about technology. Still, if you try really hard, you can mess things up. Here’s how.
One way for American Airlines employees to get the bosses’ attention is to compete for it. The airline created its “Customer Cup” contest to spur competition among employee teams at different airports in an effort to improve processes and products and upgrade customer service, said Mark Mitchell, managing director of customer experience.
The decision to convert funds in a traditional IRA to a Roth this year is hardly a slam-dunk. To reach a well-informed conclusion, you must take the relevant factors into account. This can be especially tricky for some parents of college-bound children. Strategy: Consider all the higher-education aspects. If you’re not careful, converting might do your family more harm than good.
For years, the DOL has argued that commissions must be based on a percentage of sales in order to be valid. But now the 3rd Circuit has approved a different form of commissioned sales—one in which employees are paid based not on the total amount of the sale, but on other factors such as whether the sale was made on an outgoing sales call or an incoming one.