Mutual life and pensions company, Royal London, has installed security software to snoop on the computer activity of its 2,900 staff across the UK More...19 January 2006 08:57
UK talent is packing up and heading for the US, Canada and Australia. More...26 October 2005 10:52
If you are considering setting up a corporate university, then this book will be an informative read. More...04 October 2005 00:00
British Gas, which plans to transfer 2,000 jobs to India in a bid to save up to £30m pounds annually, has asked its staff to go to India to train their successors.
The firm plans to ut the jobs in its billing department and transfer the work to Delhi More...12 August 2005 12:40
MI6 hopes to capitalise on the increase in muslim applicants by advertising vacancies for the first time. More...09 August 2005 13:40
The Royal Bank of Scotland Group hopes to improve the performance of its 20,000 UK call centre employees by launching an online contact centre 'knowledge bank', to measure their contribution. More...09 August 2005 09:00
£6bn IT system threatened by lack of buy-in from NHS staff. More...05 August 2005 12:46
Most HR professionals back creation of human capital officer to ensure people data gets measured. More...06 July 2005 08:45
The origins of human capital management lie in the realisation that investing in people yields greater profit than machines More...05 July 2005 07:00
Health minister Jane Kennedy has launched a multimillion-pound NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement. More...01 July 2005 13:00
Average levels of job satisfaction among women workers has been falling for 15 years, despite greater equality in the workplace and flexible working laws. More...27 June 2005 10:00
In the wake of the Sun newspaper investigation, companies offshoring work have been urged to tighten up security. More...23 June 2005 13:38
More than 40% of global executives plan to continue working past the age of 64, with 15% planning to work past the age of 70, a survey has found. More...20 April 2005 09:00
Corporate data has never been so insecure and the ease with which it can now be removed from your office is frightening. Magnus Ahlberg , managing director at security experts Pointsec, looks at how you can minimise the risk.
The rise of the mobile d More...29 March 2005 16:15
The UK Resource Centre for Women in science, engineering and technology (SET) has received a £2.8m boost from the DTI.
The centre, designed to assist the recruitment, retention and progression of women in SET careers, will receive an additional £800,0 More...23 March 2005 08:07
The UK loves its spam and this unhealthy diet of junk mail is costing businesses billions More...09 March 2005 08:00
The rise of the manager during recent decades proves that command-and-control is alive and well in UK workplaces More...18 January 2005 00:00
Award of Chartered manager status demonstrates commitment to professional development
More...21 December 2004 11:48
HR professionals are spending most of their time on administrative tasks, leaving strategic considerations by the wayside.
Tasks including booking holidays, running reports and updating absence records are all taking their toll on the profession's abi More...07 December 2004 08:03
Google, the internet search engine, has been named the 'World's Coolest Company' by the Unshrink network of international business leaders.
Unshrink is made up of organisations including Barclaycard, BBC, Coca-Cola and Microsoft which claim they are s More...22 November 2004 08:15