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About Guy Sheppard
17 Nov 2011
The drive to outsource public services to worker cooperatives is gathering pace. How far will it extend and what are...
4 Oct 2010
Could the Conservatives’ ambition to create the “Big Society” boost employer-supported volunteering? Guy Sheppard explores the potential for linking the...
25 Mar 2010
The Conservatives have promised to cut red tape to make life easier for businesses if they win the next general election. But will the proposals cause an employment law headache? Guy Sheppard reports.
11 Mar 2010
What impact will the next government’s policies have on employers? Labour’s intentions come under the spotlight this week, in the...
15 Dec 2009
Pressure is building to give workers paid leave to care for sick and infirm relatives but how long should it last and who should foot the bill? Guy Sheppard and Louisa Peacock report.
1 Dec 2009
An overhaul in the way banks and big financial institutions are governed will have repercussions for other sectors and should...
3 Nov 2009
Guy Sheppard finds out how HR professionals and recruitment consultants can get the best from each other.
16 Oct 2009
The recession appears to have undermined the importance of talent management. How will it be viewed once the economy revives? Guy Sheppard reports.
9 Oct 2009
Changing attitudes and economic growth are opening up opportunities to develop the HR profession in the Middle East and India. Guy Sheppard reports.
4 May 2009
When Europe goes to the polls in early June to vote in a new Parliament, national governments will be keeping...
10 Mar 2009
Acas’s new workplace problem-solving process, a less prescriptive approach to dealing with grievance and disciplinary cases, comes into force on...
5 Mar 2009
Selling in a recession is unchartered territory for many sales teams following well over a decade of sustained economic growth.
17 Feb 2009
Huge government resources are dedicated to training, but the schemes on offer often baffle those trying to access them. Guy Sheppard finds out how HR can best unravel the mess.
9 Feb 2009
The government plans to offer ‘golden hellos’ worth up to £2,500 to employers recruiting the long-term unemployed. How should this...
14 Jan 2009
Developing staff as coaches has clear advantages over buying in expertise from outside - but it doesn't suit everyone.