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About Dawn NolanFormer group editor of Personnel Today, Dawn Nolan is now a regular freelance contributor. She has 18 years’ experience of writing, editing and commissioning for business and consumer media.
24 Sep 2007
HR failings over unfair dismissals are back in the headlines again, with HR defending its position over claims that it...
12 Sep 2007
With the growing popularity of internet networking sites such as Facebook, companies are leaving themselves open to legal action.As with...
13 Jun 2007
The great Scientology debate has been raging recently, with famous followers such as John Travolta influencing and raising its awareness....
11 May 2007
Organisations are focusing too narrowly on the personal attributes of leaders rather than paying attention to the critical connection between...
27 Feb 2007
If you think that having a policy on ethics is nice to have but not essential, then think again.
13 Dec 2006
Discrimination legislation and its effect on partnerships, such as in the financial and legal sectors, has always been something of...
13 Dec 2006
If you have been stumped by the Employers’ Law annual quiz for 2006, here are the answers.
1) c –...
2 May 2006
How to get the best out of interim managers
8 Mar 2006
There has been a substantial rise in the number of equal pay claims, up from 979 in 2003-04 to 6,607...
2 Mar 2006
Disability discrimination is a hot topic this month as the scope of the DDA continues to widen
28 Sep 2005
How to attract, nurture and keep tomorrow's star performers
20 Sep 2005
Nick Leeson knows about workplace stress, having spent two years hiding the mounting losses that brought down Barings Bank. Dawn Spalding finds out what HR lessons can be learned
8 Feb 2005
The Government-sponsored Accounting for People taskforce report promised so much.
6 Dec 2004
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