This week's e-biz news in brief
Unusual ways of saying 'thank you'
HR managers looking for more unusual ways to reward staff can choose from a new set of experiences that can soon be bought online from Virgin Incentives. They include a package called The Boardroom, which entails seminars with leading business figures. The full range of experiences span adrenaline-pumping air-, water- and motorsports to the rather more civilised lunch at Raymond Blanc's Le Manoir Aux Quat' Saisons. And if your sales team has bust every target this year, how about rewarding them with a week for 26 people on Richard Branson's private island, Necker, at £275,000? www.virginincentives.co.uk
Advice on moving on just a click away
Guardian Media Group's employment site workthing.com has signed content exchange and marketing deals with online HR site OneClickHR.com and recruitment site I-Resign.com. The latter offers advice to people considering resignation. Workthing will feature general HR content from OneClickHR on its site, as well as tools such as payroll processing. The I-Resign deal sees workthing embedding its job search engine into I-Resign's home page.
Single path to management learning
Financial training company Time2Learn is using Pathlore's Learning Management System (LMS) to plan, deliver and manage its training courses via a single portal. "We needed a sophisticated system that enabled us to record and track users through the learning process and then assess their performance in e-learning as well as traditional classroom courses," says CEO John Newlands. www.pathlore.com
Scottish site switches e-recruiter
Scotland On Line is replacing its established Recruitment.Scotland.net with enhanced online recruitmen