2004 Conference Proceedings
Human Resources & EEO/Diversity Symposium
Table of Contents
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Track I – The HR Environment FAIR Act & A-76: What’s Working and What’s Not
OneScience and the Department of Homeland Security: A Study in Contracts
The Human Resource Crisis in the Public Sector
Update on Legislative Proposals and HR Reform: How Can Agencies Prepare?
Track II – The HR Response Performance Management Framework (PMF) and Its Relationship to Human Resources Management
Certifications Programs – Are They Effective?
What Motivates: Do New Systems or Awards?
Employee Testing: From Drugs to Genetics any Everything In Between
Dealing With Post-9/11 Employee Anxiety
Track III – Training & Career Focus on Technology: New Directions in Technology
Focus on Training: Mentoring and Coaching
Focus on Training: Developing Consulting Skills
Change Management: First, Break all the Rules
Track IV – EEO
Managing the Pace with Grace
Sexual Harassment Law, Policy & Accountability
The Alternative Dispute Resolution Solution
Shedding Light on Disputes: Basic of the No FEAR Act
Track V – Diversity Examining Race Relations in the Workplace
Embracing Workforce Differences
Global Savvy: Communicating Across Cultures
Track VI – EEO/Diversity Solutions Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs Update
TRACK VII – Workshop for Senior Executive Service Candidates
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