HR strategy

Measure up

13 Apr 2004

In the first of a two-part series on human capital management,Paul Kearns looks at the business case for measuring your 'number one asset'

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Generation game

1 Apr 2004

Don’t forget these key considerations when undertaking a second-generation procurement exercise in the public sector
Outsourcing is, at its heart,...

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Playing to win

1 Apr 2004

Fast-expanding retailer GAME has transformed training for its 4,000 employees in a bid to maintain its high-street dominance.  Guy Sheppard...

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Changing for the better

1 Apr 2004

We look at how London's Science Museum designed a programme to make corporate social responsibility an engaging issue for its employees

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Secure the stakeholder’s commitment

30 Mar 2004

In week two of our three-part series on e-HR transformation, Martin Reddington, Mark Withers and Mark Williamson look at how to gain stakeholder engagement

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Scots change public sector HR

30 Mar 2004

Change and reform are top priorities for the Society of Personnel Directors Scotland. Andy Moore finds out how its president...

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How will the Budget affect HR?

30 Mar 2004

Alex Blyth looks at the HR implications of the chancellor's Budget decisions for employers and staff

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All change

23 Mar 2004

Catering services company Sodexho needed to overhaul its processes to become more commercially focusedThe business Sodexho provides catering and support...

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Smooth handover

23 Mar 2004

HR departments can ease thepain of staff being transferred under outsourcing agreements.

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Supermarket giant checks out

16 Mar 2004

Safeway's HR director, Rebecca Ivers, talks exclusively to Personnel Today about the supermarket chain's much-publicised merger with rival Morrisons, and the challenges it presented for the HR department

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Barking up the wrong tree

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

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Green shoots

16 Mar 2004

Massive losses and growing competition have forced Royal Mail to propagate massive changes, and the new Chief Learning Officer Kevin Green is helping to sow the seeds of recovery.

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It’s the way we work… not the people

16 Mar 2004

John Seddon argues that command and control cultures are failing organisations and that HR should drive forward new ways of working

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Time of change for Westminster

9 Mar 2004

Jonathan Evans,HR director at Westminster City Council, explains why he's excited about his move from the private to the public sector.

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How would you run the NHS?

9 Mar 2004

The NHS has 1.2 million employees, an HR staff of around 7,000 and its people issues are never out of the headlines. Personnel Today called on three private sector HR directors to find out what they would do if they were in charge, and asked the NHS to comment on their ideas

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