Personnel Today features list 2009


Please find below Personnel Today magazine’s features list for 2009. The features schedule can also be used to see what topics will be covered in our weekly email newsletter, PersonnelToday.com Direct.

Many of the features appear on PersonnelToday.com before the dates detailed below.





















13 Jan Look ahead to 2009
20 Jan Occupational health
27 Jan Softworld Preview 
7 Jul Outsourcing
14 Jul Graduate recruitment
21 Jul Childcare and maternity
3 Feb Rewards and benefits
10 Feb Redundancy
17 Feb Flexible working
24 Feb Training

18 Aug Venues and conferences
25 Aug International recruitment

3 Mar HR career moves
10 Mar Relocation
17 Mar Employment law
24 Mar Diversity
31 Mar Talent management
8 Sep Industrial relations
15 Sep Payroll
22 Sep Diversity
29 Sep Employment law
7 Apr Health and wellbeing
21 Apr Change management
28 Apr Public sector
 6 Oct Pensions
13 Oct Employer branding
20 Oct Testing and selection
27 Oct Talent management
12 May Interim management
19 May Absence management
26 May Corporate social responsibility
 3 Nov Employee benefits
10 Nov Manchester preview
17 Nov CIPD Conference issue
2 Jun Crisis management
9 Jun HR technology
16 Jun Recruitment & retention
23 Jun Managing expatriates
1 Dec E-HR
8 Dec Review of the year


 This features schedule is also available as PDF (211kB)


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