This week sees a vibrant new look for Personnel Today magazine with some exciting new content to ensure it remains the HR community’s essential weekly read.
By moving from tabloid to A4 – in response to demand from readers – Personnel Today becomes more portable and easier to file on your desk.
Editor Karen Dempsey explained: “The new strapline ‘news, ideas, strategy’ sums up what we aim to bring you each week. We will continue to be first with HR news, update you on the latest thinking, analyse current trends, and provide inspiration and ideas to help you to do your jobs even better.
“We’ll provide a fresh look at issues of the day and, because we’re independent and not affiliated to an institute, you can rely on us to give you all sides of the story.
“Hearing your opinions and sparking debate on hot HR topics is the lifeblood of our magazine so we’ve created even more opportunities for you to have your say on our new opinion page and upcoming ‘head-to-head’ debates.”
To give readers even more encouragement to share their views, the writer of the ‘letter of the week’ will receive £50-worth of eyecare vouchers, courtesy of Specsavers.
Employment law, identified by Personnel Today as HR’s primary information need, is expanded, offering both the letter of the law and its practical application. And the popular Careerwise section has been doubled in size to give readers top tips and advice to forward their own careers.
The next issue of Personnel Today, with the cover date of 1 November, kicks off a series of unmissable ‘View from the Top’ features, in which the chief executives of major UK organisations are challenged to prove why people really are “their greatest assets”.
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