November 2012

Reputation Insurance: Why Negotiating for Moral Reciprocity Should Emerge as a Much Needed Source of Protection for the Employee

November 23, 2012

In March 2011 the Warner Brothers television studio made headlines when it terminated its employment contract with Charlie Sheen for the hit television show Two and A Half Men. Sheen was terminated after going on a public tirade that included several well-publicized drug binges as well as making allegedly anti-Semitic comments about the show’s executive […]

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Leading Through Transition: Human Capital Strategy for Mergers and Acquisitions

November 5, 2012

As the official coverage provider, the Cornell HR Review covered the keynote and panel discussions at the Human Capital Association’s (HCA) 10th Annual Symposium. The HCA is a student-run organization within Cornell University’s S.C. Johnson School of Management and School of Industrial and Labor Relations. The organization strives to drive the future of the HR […]

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