Even people, like the Prince of Wales, who are trained to deal with difficult situations can display the wrong body language when under pressure and ruin the message they hope to convey. Anna Burges-Lumsden reports on the importance of non-verbal cues. More...05 April 2005 07:00
Staff usually hear about important business decisions in their companies from office rumours rather than directly from their managers, according to a survey. More...04 April 2005 11:12
Employers should beware of sacking staff who have an office romance - even though it may be disruptive to the business, a law firm has warned. More...09 March 2005 10:32
Can you sue your employees for having a relationship with one of their colleagues? By Roger Byard
More...01 March 2005 00:00
Westminster is suffering major recruitment problems, according to Andrew Marr, political editor of the BBC. More...24 February 2005 16:00
Employers in Germany are embracing politeness as the best way to improve competitiveness. More...22 February 2005 00:00
UK employers without a formal office romance policy could be risking costly tribunal claims. More...14 February 2005 09:10
Almost 40% of British workers will be looking for love in the workplace this year, reveals the latest survey from recruitment website Jobsite.co.uk. More...10 February 2005 13:00
XpertHR answers your questions on pre-existing agreements and balloting More...08 February 2005 00:00
One in five working women have had sex at work, claims a survey by WorldWIT, a 35,000-member online community. More...07 February 2005 11:38
Office romances and employing several members of one family can present all sorts of HR problems, but none that are insurmountable More...31 January 2005 12:00
The odds are on that some employees will have romantic relationships, but is it right for organisations to introduce 'love contracts' to stop the whole affair ending in tears? More...03 January 2005 00:00
Two sailors, one male and one female, have had cosmetic breast surgery at the Navy's expense
More...22 December 2004 11:05
Fear of being held liable for inappropriate actions or remarks made by staff is the biggest concern of HR professionals at Christmas parties, exclusive PersonnelToday.com research reveals.
In an online competition to find out the worst Christmas party More...14 December 2004 08:15
Managers need to do more to earn the trust of their employees and to ensure they feel fairly treated, according to a new survey into employee attitudes.
Trust in senior management is declining, particularly in the private sector, with only 25 per cent More...08 December 2004 09:30
Public sector employers are the meanest when it comes to giving Christmas parties for staff, according to new research.
Only 27 per cent of public sector employers provide a party or lunch compared to 81 per cent of private sector employers.
Reward More...07 December 2004 10:33
Christmas cheer has no place at work according to UK executives, with many claiming that office parties are hard work, disruptive and dull.
The findings, revealed in a survey by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI), show that the 'spirit of goodwi More...03 December 2004 11:10
Office workers face the threat of increasing control, monitoring, scrutiny and micro-management, according to a new report.
Supply chain technology developed for monitoring goods is now being applied to individuals instead of products, warns research More...01 December 2004 12:33
Future predictions are correct More...30 November 2004 00:00
The new consultation laws will encourage employers and staff to understand each other better
More...30 November 2004 00:00