The Definitive Guide to NetIQ’s IDM Tokens is the authoritative guide to the hundreds of Nouns and Verbs, which are supported by IDM.
Geoffrey Carman (aka geoffc) works at Computer Integrated... More > Services of
New York, a consulting firm in the New York City region. His focus is
on Identity Management.
Geoffrey has written over three hundred articles published at Novell
Cool Solutions. He can also be found in the NetIQ Support Forums
answering questions.< Less
This report provides a summary and an analysis of the 2010 Disability Management Employer Coalition’s biannual survey which tracks employer strategies, advancements, prevalence and... More > effectiveness, in the area of Behavioral Risk Management. These findings build on the results from 2006 and 2008 studies, providing an opportunity to identify changes in employer trends. The data indicates employers’ commitment to the subject matter and the emergence of specific best practices related to EAP services and Mental Health Professional (MHP) engagements. Further to this great progress, additional enhancements are possible, and employers and the markets that serve them are well positioned to transition programs towards best-in-class offerings.< Less
With the annual cost of absence for businesses an estimated $100 billion and more than 100,000,000 days lost due to injuries returning employees to work is one of the most eff…ective practices... More > that employers can implement to reduce expenses associated with absences either caused by work-related or non-work-related injuries and illnesses. Creating a culture that fully supports RTW will help increase corporate pro„ tability, improve employee productivity and further protect an employer from lawsuits resulting from regulatory noncompliance. The 2011 Leadership Series was convened to explore the fundamentals of effective return to work programs and how they can be successfully implemented in a variety of companies for both industrial and non-industrial applications.< Less
The 2006 FMLA Leadership Series brought together human
resource managers, benefit managers, and employer peers
to discuss the challenges of Family and Medical Leave Act
administration and best... More > practices for program management.
This paper details ten key issues explored by Series
participants and gives “In Action” examples of successful
FMLA administration.< Less
The definition of work has changed, from a bricks-and-mortar location to a state of being. As employers and employees explore the many ways in which work can be accomplished, telework will... More > undoubtedly play a more significant role in the workforce solution going forward.This trend raises concerns for employers, such as how to manage offsite employees or what constitutes a work-related injury for a virtual employee.
The focus of the think tank was to identify key findings and best practices based on the practical experiences of leading employers as well as thought leaders in disability and absence management and workforce productivity. The objective was to stimulate thinking and present strategies to help employers achieve their goals for integrated disability and absence management by increasing awareness, providing resources to members, and partnering with organizations that already see the value of a virtual workforce to enhance productivity.< Less
The 2010 DMEC Leadership Series was sponsored by Liberty Mutual Insurance Company of Boston for the sixth year in a row. The 2010 topic was best practices in short-term disability plan design and... More > included discussion on sick pay plans which are very similar. Human resources, disability, health and productivity, and benefit managers came together to explore the components of effective short-term disability plan design. Topics discussed included effective program design, the need for cost savings and greater efficiency, the value of case management, dealing with unionized workplaces, impact of federal and state laws, paid time off (PTO) vs. sick leave, Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), and other issues such as coverage start date, elimination period, benefit payable, and maximum benefit period. During the presentations, attendees were encouraged to ask questions and relate their experiences in their own corporate environments.< Less