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Change management is the process by the employer, with the involvement of HR, of managing the move to new ways of working, an organisational restructure, or the introduction new processes.
The management of change within the workplace is something that all employers have to deal with. Change can be a difficult thing for employees, particularly if it involves redundancies or TUPE transfers.
22 Feb 2005
Delivering change is made even more of a challenge for public sector leaders by the political environment in which they work, according to the president of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
20 Jan 2005
High-profile customers which use PeopleSoft software to run HR reassured by Oracle promise to support PeopleSoft products until 2013
1 Jan 2005
A thriller used as a vehicle formanagement theory proves a novel experience for John Charlton
9 Dec 2004
Allan Leighton has been re-appointed Chairman of Royal Mail for a further three years, Secretary of State Patricia Hewitt announced...
23 Nov 2004
Isobel Hunter relishes her job as HR director of English Heritage. Here, she describes to Nadia Williams how she is raising the profile of HR while managing a major culture-change programme
22 Nov 2004
Google, the internet search engine, has been named the ‘World’s Coolest Company’ by the Unshrink network of international business leaders....
18 Nov 2004
The Communication Workers Union has warned Royal Mail managers that they must focus on service quality now it has returned...
17 Nov 2004
The Department of Trade and Indstry (DTI) will today launch its five-year programme putting science, innovation and technology at the...
15 Nov 2004
The jobs of hundreds of staff and contractors at Barclays are at risk under plans by the bank to restructure...
10 Nov 2004
It appears the Government’s push towards a more flexible working nation is paying off with news that 90 per cent...
7 Sep 2004
Stephen Offord, group HR director at Axa UK, explains why he thinks change programmes are doomed to fail.
24 Aug 2004
Hackney Council suffers from a poor public image, yet it has the won Investors in People kitemark. HR assistant chief executive Terry McDougall tells how she and her team did it.
24 Aug 2004
After several years in decline, global information agency Reuters is at last getting back on track. Global HR director Mark...
10 Aug 2004
Long-term relationships at work are back in vogue as employers tire of the disposable workforce. Or so the facts suggest
1 Jul 2004
Helen Sweeney, HR director at Co-operative Financial Services, explains how a programme of change will allow learning to flourish