Disaster Planning Author: John Taylor Publisher: Croner Pages: 74 Price: £20 ISBN: 1855246961
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This book offers information and advice to managers on creating and maintaining an effective disaster plan. It is well More...24 October 2006 08:00
Far from having risk-averse workplaces and living in an over-protected society, celebrity scientist Susan Greenfield predictsa future of screen-bound workers and clumsy geeks.
Most people in the UK won't argue with the idea that we are living in a c More...03 October 2006 08:00
I have worked for a multinational company for several years and have been involved in the people side of a number of acquisitions. I really enjoyed the challenges of managing HR through change, and would like to pursue this in a more focused way. What is the market like for senior change management roles, and are there ways I can improve my chances? More...05 September 2006 00:00
The Exceptional Manager Authors: Rick Delbridge, Lynda Gratton andGerry Johnson Price: £25 Publisher: Oxford University Press Pages: 264 ISBN: 0199292221
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Lessons have been learned from the "terrible" murder of Asian teenager Zahid Mubarek, the Prison Service's director of personnel has insisted. More...04 July 2006 08:00
Sir Digby Jones calls for action to implement shared-service HR across central government. More...14 June 2006 08:26
Consumer goods multinational Unilever saved 100,000 and boosted productivity by 3% at one of its manufacturing sites last year by rolling out a change management programme More...07 June 2006 09:00
The publication last week of two reports into the 7 July terrorist attacks in London, coupled with the findings of the 2006 Business Continuity Management survey, serve as a timely reminder of the importance of business continuity planning.
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Three out of four companies are unprepared for the impact that losing staff will have if disaster strikes. More...16 May 2006 08:00
Half of London's businesses still do not have plans in place to deal with a terror attack or other emergency. More...03 May 2006 09:50
As everything turns digital, the role of IT staff just gets bigger. So you'd better start being nice to them. More...18 April 2006 08:00
US management 'gurus' make a fortune on the HR speaking circuit. But what real value do their words of wisdom have for HR professionals? More...11 April 2006 00:00
Questions have been raised about the cultural compatibility of French cosmetics giant L'Oeral and UK retailer The Body Shop, which have announced plans to merge in a deal worth £652m More...29 March 2006 08:00
It would seem tough times are ahead at telecoms company Cable & Wireless. More...07 March 2006 08:00
HR managers retaining staff contact details at home to enable communications in the event of a crisis is a good recommendation ('Coping with the big bang', Personnel Today , 24 January). However, this method of getting a message across is fairly cumbers More...21 February 2006 08:00
Policy clinic: your regular update on policy.
In an uncertain world it is important for every business to plan how it would recover from a disaster - natural or man-made, says Matthew Yates More...08 February 2006 08:02
Modernising the heavily unionised, male-dominated fire service is a colossal challenge. Can HR take the heat? Virginia Matthews finds out More...07 February 2006 08:00
Britain's top financial institutions are "well prepared" to cope with a terrorist attack or natural disaster in London, a survey has concluded.
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BT is set to start one of the biggest change management programmes ever in the telecoms sector More...06 December 2005 08:11
Public sector bodies in New Orleans are to lay off 3,000 people after Hurricane Katrina left the city in financial turmoil. More...06 October 2005 11:43