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Julie Everton, HR manager at internet hosting company UKFast.Net, explains how the companys focus on team building and recognition has allowed it to maintain service levels while growing at a fast pace.
Community involvement programs are good news for businesses and for the communities in which they work. And, says Jared Larrabee, a senior consultant with client services firm Deloitte, theyre likely to become an increasingly important recruitment tool in the battle to win jobseekers hearts and...
Matthew Hartley is HR development manager at XL Capital which employs 3600 people across 30 worldwide locations. He previously worked as an HR consultant at Ernst and Young.
Allan Boroughs and Jane Saunders of Orion Partners use their experience of implementing shared service models to identify the critical factors for success and to highlight the potential pitfalls.
Restructuring, streamlining, downsizing and redundancies have been commonplace in recent years as the corporates of the Western world gear up for a highly competitive, globalised marketplace governed by the survival of the fittest rule. HR has been at the heart of costcutting exercises, from...
The HR function is increasingly driven by effectiveness, efficiency and performance. This means taking a structured approach to HR operational excellence and applying business metrics and methodologies. Nicholas J. Higgins, dean of the International School of Human Capital Management, explains...
The creation of jointventure organization Innovapost involved the integration of strong and disparate corporate cultures. Brent Charland and Melanie Leclair from Innovaposts HR department explain how the companys Professional Development Series helped employees to understand and meet the...
Jock Encombe of corporate psychologists YSC explains how Scottish Widows created a common language in which to express its corporate values and to help guide it through a period of major change.
Jan Hills, founder of the Hills Consultancy, discusses how HR can add value without breaking the bank.
The author has carried our research in HR leadership at Henley Management College in the UK and has been speaking to a number of HR headhunters. One of them made a telling comment Ninetyfive percent of the senior HR people we see cant enumerate the value they add to the business. This is the...
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