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17 Aug 2018
Prisons minister Rory Stewart has called for military involvement in improving the leadership and management skills of prison governors, a...
4 Nov 2017
Almost a quarter of workers are offered no training at their workplace other than a new starter induction, according to...
24 Oct 2017
Take-up of the right to make requests in relation to study or training has been low and has not facilitated...
27 Apr 2015
An employment tribunal has held that a female police officer who was required to attend an intensive firearms training course...
11 Mar 2015
In DLA Piper’s latest case report, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) considered that national minimum wage legislation is not breached...
8 Jul 2011
The Government has ruled out extending the right for employees to make requests in relation to study or training to small and medium-sized...
6 Jul 2011
Legislation that allows employees in companies with more than 250 members of staff to make requests in relation to training...
1 Apr 2011
Funding for learning and development has continued to take a hit as employer budgets feel the squeeze, according to the...
2 Mar 2011
This free guide is part of Smart Buyer, a free service from Personnel Today E-LEARNING Contents Overview Reasons to implement...
21 Oct 2010
Reasons to implement e-learning
How to tell if training was...
12 Sep 2010
Planning your training, learning and development is a crucial decision that could have extensive benefits for your organisation. It is...
2 Sep 2010
Welcome to Personnel Today’s FREE guides on sales training, providing the latest top tips, case studies and expert guidance. Often...
22 Aug 2010
Free buyer’s guides from Personnel Today to help
you make the right buying decisions in HR
Smart Buyer provides the...
12 Nov 2009
Working with Training Bulletin, Amnis – the quality, innovation and productivity organisation – is helping to raise the skills of...