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About Stephen Overell
10 Aug 2004
Long-term relationships at work are back in vogue as employers tire of the disposable workforce. Or so the facts suggest
13 Jul 2004
The workers' freedom to work is more than just an employers' con trick - it's about flexibility and the right to choose
22 Jun 2004
The Archbishop of Canterbury believes portfolio working is no kind of job for a person of integrity. He's right - up to a point
8 Jun 2004
The quango responsible for health and safety has to have different preoccupations in today's workplace
25 May 2004
Where has the Government's brief flirtation with human capital management led us? And what's happened to its report?
11 May 2004
Companies' desire to control employee behaviour has been wrapped in corporate jargon. But what happens to the misfits?
27 Apr 2004
In the alleged new era of high employment, perhaps it’s time to think about the quality rather than the quantity...
13 Apr 2004
The shadow of European interference still dominates in the media despite the recent appearance of US 'union busters'
30 Mar 2004
Diversity and equality are not the same thing. HR would be wise to remember that. Equality is the one that counts
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
2 Mar 2004
The production of numerous codes of conduct have not reduced the risk of employers misusing the personality test
17 Feb 2004
HR is complicit in the great fat cat pay heist. It is time it gave some thought to improving the link betweenperformance and reward
3 Feb 2004
Corporate social responsibility will never make up for the inadequacy of the minimum wage in the capital
20 Jan 2004
As work continues to dominate all aspects of our lives, the true value of leisure is only a distant memory
6 Jan 2004
Is the workplace revolution and the rise of the temp at last about to take place after the lost years of the 1990s?