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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.
13 Dec 2004
A well run suggestions scheme can deliver hundreds of thousands of pounds to the bottom line
30 Nov 2004
Kaye Thorne explains why employer branding is the key to building both staff and customer loyalty
24 Nov 2004
Businesses should analyse their employee consultation systems, even if they believe they are compliant with forthcoming legislation, according to the...
21 Oct 2004
The Transport & General Workers Union has confirmed that its NHS members have given their backing to new pay packages...
21 Sep 2004
Planning a relocation has enabled The Scottish Media Group to review its HR strategy.
Making a move seems to be...
14 Sep 2004
Why measurement of performance is key to managing your mobile workers.
While mobile and remote working is increasingly common –...
1 Sep 2004
For 360-degree feedback to have real impact, it must be integrated into development plans. Margaret Kubicek looks at how to make this work
27 Jul 2004
Underlying the changes has been a more open approach to communication between all levels and departments. Whereas information had been...
13 Jul 2004
Sickness absence is no longer a medical issue for employers, it is a strategic one.
1 Jun 2004
UK companies will soon have to set up works councils and consult employees before organisational changes are made – a...
13 Apr 2004
The shadow of European interference still dominates in the media despite the recent appearance of US 'union busters'
16 Mar 2004
HR is right to believe cynicism is a major threat to working life, but remember: cynics have never been a barrel of laughs