The number of OH nurses taking part in published research is sadly small, finds Nic Paton. So what can be done to get more people interested in this vital part of the OH profession?
In August 2012, occupational health nurse Helen Kirk published an a More...01 May 2013 00:01
If you are new to HR and think that you might want to specialise, the best advice would be to work in as many different aspects of the HR function as you can.
Find out what you enjoy, suggests Helen Straw, founder and managing director of consultan More...01 May 2012 10:35
The economy is in chaos and the number of people who are unemployed is at its highest level since 1994. Surely this is the best time to keep your head down in a secure role, rather than take a high-risk move into consultancy? Not necessarily. According More...02 December 2011 08:52
According to Sarah Chatterley, associate director at Search HR, the vast majority of HR professionals enter the profession as a generalist, having qualified as new graduates in the discipline or having progressed from an administrative role, moving from More...28 February 2011 15:22
There are two routes through HR - generalist or specialist. Choosing which route to take can be tough, unless you have a particular interest in a certain specialism. Anyone considering their career options at the moment would be wise to think about what More...28 February 2011 09:40
Knowing how, when, and whether or not to develop a specialist skill in HR can be a pivotal part in career success. Get it right, and you could become an in-demand expert with salary uplift to match. But make the wrong choice, or move at the wrong t More...25 February 2011 15:44