HR in 2002

Best practice

Reliance Security Services on staff and customer relations

8 January

Business

Research viewpoint

What is a consultant?

22 October

News interview

Ruth Spellman, chief executive of Investors in People, calls recognition of
good people management practices

19 November

Career development

What about the people?

How MBA courses ignore people

25 June

Looking after number one

How to keep your job in a tough climate

1 October

Conferences

Service with a smile

Do conferences work?

26 February

Corporate strategy

More than just a number

The impact of people on organisations

8 January

Research viewpoint – Morals under the microscope

Objective corporate social responsibility

19 March

Did HR fuel the demise of Enron?

How company culture led to collapse

19 March

CIPD

Quick change

Duncan Brown, assistant director general of the CIPD’s new challenges

22 October

Data protection

Data Protection Act: the recruitment code

26 March

Data protection

Guide to part one of the code

23 April

Monitoring communications

3 September

Records management

24 September

Employee relations

Research viewpoint

Boosting staff morale

22 January

Research viewpoint – Reassess your assets

The case against people

28 May

Research viewpoint – Who’s fooling who?

Trust between employers and staff

2 July

Research viewpoint

Why are there so many work surveys?

9 July

Equal opportunities

Analysis

Employers pay high price for turning backs on bias

15 January

Analysis

DTI drive for more women in IT

29 January

Research viewpoint

The true meaning of diversity 12 February

News profile

CPS HR director Indi Seehra on tackling race discrimination in the service

26 February

Sounding out HR

HR and the deaf and hard of hearing

26 March

Redressing the racial imbalance

How the private sector will be expected to follow public sector racial
equality policies

21 May

Analysis

Public sector staff should reflect reality

18 July

Flexible working and

family-friendly policies

News profile

John Steele, group personnel director of BT, on work-life balance

9 April

Research viewpoint

Employers split over flexible retirement

14 May

Striking a balance

Is work-life balance just hype?

6 August

Health

Mind over matter

Mental health and employment

8 January

Fanning the flames

Health & safety at Corus Steel incident

12 February

Back in business

Why occupational health is strategic

6 August

International

Net gains

Is global online recruitment good for HR?

15 January

Internet

Research viewpoint

The internet’s impact the way we work

12 March

e-biz

The mobile internet – maximising the benefit to HR

19 February

e-biz

Case study – Manpower’s use of intelligent candidate matching software

12 March

IT

In safe hands?

Improving security of data systems

5 February

The strongest link

Networked learning: turning a company into a community

2 April

Making it all add up

A guide to choosing a payroll system

12 March

e-biz

Case study: B&Q’s recruitment call centre

9 April

Practical portals

Self-service HR – the key considerations

7 May

Coming to a screen near you

How advances in IT technology will impact on HR

25 June

Time is money

Overhauling time and attendance plans

9 July

Going live

HR systems:the big-bang approach

20 August

The hidden benefits of IT audits

Maximising HR system performance

26 November

Leadership

Mean machine or messiah?

Profile of GE’s Jack Welch

12 February

The great dictators

Learning from past excesses

21 May

Leadership in crisis

The UK’s dysfunctional leaders problem

18 June

Is this your next CEO?

The military has at lot to offer

23 July

Legislation

Cuts without bruises

UK consultation – ignore it at your peril

22 January

Analysis

Will new Employment Bill measures arrest the spiralling compensation
culture?

12 March

Taxing questions

New tax regulations and using car fleets in a cost-effective way

2 April

Analysis

The EU directive on temporary workers

9 April

News focus

HR’s biggest challenges: changes in employment law are causing HR headaches

21 May

Research viewpoint

Demise of the claim

18 June

e-HR and the law

25 June

Research viewpoint

Employment regulation and its affect on employment

24 September

News debate

Are strike bans the solution to the escalating number of strikes?

8 October

News interview

T&G’s general secretary Bill Morris on why the Information and
Consultation regulations must have effective penalties

22 October

Local government

e-biz

Case study: Haringey’s approach to the e-government challenge

7 May

Management

The leaders who changed HR

Captains of industry who have a profound effect on people management

22 January

It’s a family affair

How HR can deal with dynasties

5 March

Testing times

How Edexcel beat its management crisis

9 April

News focus

Interims hit by downturn

4 June

Research viewpoint

The evolution of HRM

4 June

Big ideas debunked

HR management theories put to the test

11 June

Morse’s code

Inspector Morse as man manager

18 June

Playing to his strengths

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger

17 September

The David Brent guide to people management

22 October

Talent magnet

Roundtable talk on managing talent

12 November

Addicted to speed

Quick-fix management books assessed

26 November

Management development

How leaders are increasingly turning to executive coaching

4 June

Research viewpoint

Learning from the coach

16 July

Motivation

Long service rewards

19 February

e-biz

Motivating staff during a downturn

20 August

A finger on the pulse

General Motors online method for gauging its workforce’s mood

17 September

Organisational change

Analysis

Radical plans to overhaul the police

8 January

News profile

Martin Tiplady, HR director for the Metropolitan Police, on police reform

5 February

News profile

Helena Feltham, HR director Marks & Spencer, on its business strategy

11 June

Outsourcing

The perils of partnership

The most common reasons for doomed partnerships and how to avoid them

26 March

Outsourcing: A guide to successful partnerships

Free supplement

Winter/Spring 2002

Pay, incentives and benefits

Analysis

Performance-related pay in the voluntary sector

2 April

A fair day’s pay?

Research findings on executive remuneration

28 May

Research viewpoint – What a performance!

Why performance-related pay for senior staff rarely achieves the promised
returns

20 August

The flexible trend

The drivers for flexible benefits

24 September

Pensions

Pensions: the future

Four expert opinions on what needs to be done to tackle the crisis

30 April

Performance management

Research viewpoint

Linking HR to organisational performance

5 March

Making the grade

Forced ranking needs to be used with other measurement tools to be effective

2 April

Analysis

NHS star ratings need to be refined

25 June

A manager’s guide to keeping on track

The 12 common executive derailers and how to recognise them

22 October

The top 10 anxieties of senior HR specialists

22 October

Assessing true potential

Use of assessment and development programmes as a broader business tool

12 November

Profession

HR through the ages

A guide to the major HR trends through the past five decades

29 January

The enemy within

A guide to HR villains

14 May

The A to Z of bad HR

2 July

Monkey business

Could HR have saved ITV Digital?

20 August

What does Avaya think of this man?

The board of the global communications network provider reveals what it
thinks of its HR director Mike Young

19 November

Recruitment and retention

The RAD award winners

29 January

Analysis

How employers are making the application process more demanding

12 February

Keeping face

The issues surrounding Japanese employees working for Western companies

19 March

Research viewpoint

How long should you stay in one job?

26 March

Getting a foot on the housing ladder

Providing housing for key workers

23 April

Best behaviour

A recruitment method that matches the right candidate with the right job

4 June

News focus – Keeping candidates in check

Reference checking as an essential part of selection

11 June

Putting online psychometrics to the test

Concerns over online psychometric testing

11 June

Research viewpoint

Headhunters feel the pinch

25 June

Mob rules

Why working for the mafia is a job

to kill for

25 June

Altered image

How high profile campaigns are helping to rebrand the public sector

2 July

News focus

Working time law and the recruitment crisis for freight and haulage

2 July

Analysis

A pressured Criminal Records Bureau causes recruitment crisis

1 October

News profile

Joe Stewart, HR director of Northern Ireland’s police service, on the unique
recruitment problems facing the force in the province

8 October

News analysis

How the skills crisis is impacting on the ability of UKcharities to recruit
and retain staff

12 November

Redundancy

Three HR practitioners on the lessons they learnt when they were made
redundant

25 June

Exit strategies

How should HR react when confronted by a case such as the mysterious
resignation of DoT adviser Martin Sixsmith?

9 July

Sector watch: a new series comparing companies in the same sector

Store wars: in-depth report on key players in supermarkets

12 March

Off the rails

An in-depth report on what train operators are doing to restore confidence

23 April

Telecoms

16 July

Special reports

The talent report part 1: recruiting and selecting high flyers

19 February

The talent report part 2: motivating and retaining talented staff

26 February

Training

16 April

Top 40 power players

7 May

E-recruitment: does it work?

Roundtable debate: going global – putting online strategies in place

3 September

HR: The naked truth

Body of evidence

HR’s under-performance in six key areas

Global work indicators

How we rank on productivity, stress, equal pay, and workplace relations

The rhetoric and the reality

What HR says and what it really means

Cutting HR down to size

A quick and dirty guide to HR

22 October

A day in the life

Real life at the junior end of HR

22 October

Strategy

Analysis

Is the balanced scorecard HR’s ticket to the board?

5 March

Is HR measuring up?

Time for HR to prove its strategic worth

5 March

Measuring company assets

A guide to the many ways that financial performance can be measured

28 May

The human factor

Exclusive research on management issues when developing an e-business

17 September

Delivering HR strategy

Major new series beginning with exclusive research into human capital

24 September

Weighing up the options

Ways of measuring human capital part 2 – which approach is the most
effective?

1 October

Charting the evolution of strategic HR

The thinking behind HR strategy

8 October

Blue sky thinkers

The world’s influential strategic thinkers

8 October

Turning people into profits

Jonas Ridderstr†le, assistant professor at the Centre for Advanced Studies
in Leadership, Stockholm School of Economics, explains how

8 October

Strategic visions

Delivering a perfect HR strategy

15 October

So you think you’re strategic?

Where are you on the HR evolutionary scale?

15 October

Eight steps towards delivering a successful HR strategy

29 October

The hard sell

Ad agencies on selling HR to the board

29 October

Aligning HR to the business

Aligning HR strategy with business needs

5 November

What a performance

The four core areas that can make or break performance management plans

12 November

In line with customer needs

The four key issues HR has to face when dealing with organisational design

19 November

Planning for success

The critical role of workforce planning

26 November

Stress

Analysis

Stress and the burden on employers

26 February

Research viewpoint

Stress: is justice being done?

7 May

Supplements

IM4

Hiring or becoming an interim manager

Spring 2002

Boardroom HR

Leadership special

Summer 2002

Public sector HR

Free supplement

Summer 2002

Public sector HR

Free supplement

Winter 2002

Flexible Benefits

A guide to introducing flexible benefits

Autumn 2002

Interim HR Today

Autumn 2002

Training

Mission impossible

Teambuilding at Westland Helicopters

15 January

Learning technologies

HR’s challenges in keeping companies’ IT staff up to date

29 January

Research viewpoint

Learning initiatives

26 February

Finding the right blend

Four companies’ training preferences

28 May

Content is king

Four e-learning programmes that deliver

23 July

The irresistible rise of e-learning

How e-learning can be used to harness the UK’s increasingly flexible
workforce

1 October

Analysis

Sector Skills Councils: More work needs to be done to include all industries

15 October

e-biz

The NHS’s online corporate university

15 October

e-biz

Intelligent Finance’s learning model

19 November

Workplace

Parting shot

Employee theft during redundancies

15 January

Research viewpoint

Work is a popular subject for novels and films – but how realistic is the
depiction?

23 April

Research viewpoint

The workplace is the new community

21 May

Research viewpoint

Can work be soulful? Spirituality at work

11 June

Work practices

Turbulent times

How HR in travel coped after 9/11

5 February

Wasting time

Tackling long hours and presenteeism

26 March

Analysis

Can the UK break its long-hours culture?

2 April

Research viewpoint

Don’t believe the hype: Is the talk of revolution in work-life born out?

9 April

The name game

The dilemma of job titles

9 April

An air of insecurity

Following 9/11, airlines around the world are putting in place extreme
security measures

14 May

Research viewpoint: Vive le 35-hr week

The French experience assessed

23 July

Addicted to work?

Workaholics and the harm they can do

22 October

No quick fix solution

A practical guide to interim management

15 October

Victory disease

A company is never more at risk than when successful – six classic symptoms

5 November

Back on song

The rise of the corporate anthem

19 November

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