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The way in which employers communicate with their workforce is an important part of employee relations. Employers should be aware of the importance of communicating with staff during periods of change in the workplace, particularly where the change is brought on by difficult economic circumstances, which may lead to new or amended job duties, organisational restructuring and redundancies.
8 Aug 2005
One in five HR functions would not be ready to provide support if their business became involved in a merger or acquisition, according to research.
2 Aug 2005
The CIPD is to introduce a certificate in the psychology of management
22 Jul 2005
Lawyers have warned employers to tread carefully when dealing with staff discipline in the wake of the London terror attacks.
12 Jul 2005
More than 1,000 employees in Surrey have signed up to an innovative car-sharing scheme being run by the council.Staff in...
7 Jul 2005
Hoverspeed is all at sea after a ruling that it must recognise the Numast union for marine officers.
28 Jun 2005
A blob of ketchup followed by an exchange of e-mails has provided a host of problems for one City law firm. James Elwes looks at what the law says about employers clamping down on e-mail abuse.
21 Jun 2005
It seems crazy that so many employers fail to seek new ideas from their employees (Personnel Today, 14 June).Effective employee...
26 Apr 2005
One in three UK workers claim they are never consulted when major change occurs in their organisation, according to research
12 Apr 2005
The number of company directors seeking special government protection from kidnappers and extremists has doubled in the past year
12 Apr 2005
According to recent research only 36% of senior executives thought their employees cared about whether or not their business was successful
6 Apr 2005
New rules on informing and consulting employees about major business decisions will have little impact, because most companies are already involving workers, according to the CBI chief.
5 Apr 2005
Even people, like the Prince of Wales, who are trained to deal with difficult situations can display the wrong body language when under pressure and ruin the message they hope to convey. Anna Burges-Lumsden reports on the importance of non-verbal cues.
31 Mar 2005
A report from the Work Foundation has found that lack of staff buy-in to public sector IT projects has a significant effect on their success or failure.
23 Mar 2005
Almost three-quarters (74%) of employees are not aware of new rights to be consulted on major employment issues in the...
22 Mar 2005
You could see his dilemma: employees available 24-hours a-day versus the potential cost of 'BlackBerry thumb'