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About Tony Pettengell
31 Mar 2009
As long as there is work there will be bullying – get used to it.
4 Mar 2009
With all the banks going into meltdown, it seems that Sir Fred Goodwin was the straw that broke the camel’s...
23 Jan 2009
Does HR have lessons to learn from Dickens and Lionel Bart?
21 Nov 2008
John Sergeant, the BNP and the CIPD make unlikely bedfellows, but the former political editor's recent actions show the institute how to act.
17 Oct 2008
Their naked ambition nearly brought the world to its knees, so let's expose the shortcomings of the City's slackers.
18 Sep 2008
The CIPD seems to be taking business lessons from toothsome Sixties musical legend Tommy Steele.
4 Jul 2008
The Equality Bill is a good start but it cannot ensure equality for women without tackling the underlying cause of discrimination.
12 Jun 2008
Is ‘horse whispering’ really a useful leadership tool, or a waste of time? Tony Pettengell investigates – video camera in...
9 Jun 2008
Blame has got a bad name. But if HR wants to demonstrate its value, it really ought to start pointing...
22 May 2008
Warning: any member of the kneejerk brigade should have their hammers at the ready, and should begin tapping their patellas...
13 May 2008
Age discrimination laws have had one beneficial side effect – they allow us to explode the pensions timebomb myth.In 1798,...
17 Apr 2008
The Spanish government has paraded its mostly female cabinet to great applause from around the world – the first European country...
4 Apr 2008
In a future workplace run by robots without any migrant labour, would there be a place for HR?
20 Mar 2008
Much has been written in the pages of Personnel Today about HR with oomph, and more often HR’s lack of...
10 Mar 2008
“The time has come,” the Walrus said, “to talk of many things“Of shoes and ships and sealing wax, of cabbages...