Opinion

Letters

9 Nov 2004

This week's letters

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Opt-out rights need to be carefully thought through

9 Nov 2004

The European Commission’s (EC) review of the Working Time Directive has reached a critical stage. Over the next few weeks,...

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HR Hartley

9 Nov 2004

Reinvent myself? I'm in human resources!

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Getting to grips with a British obsession

9 Nov 2004

The HSE’s much talked about stress management standards may lack teeth but employers should not think they can run roughshod...

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Under siege by the workplace wannabees

2 Nov 2004

Just as nature abhors a vacuum, so bureaucrats and politicians can’t abide a loophole.If they spot one it must be...

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See website recruitment through for best results

2 Nov 2004

In-house job sites have been a catalyst in the recruitment process, but more investment is needed in key stages for...

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Letters

2 Nov 2004

This week's letters

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Is HCM dead in the water?

2 Nov 2004

It promised so much, but amounted to so little. The Accounting for People report has simply let the HR profession down

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HR must stop turning a blind eye to HCM

2 Nov 2004

This week’s exclusive research with Deloitte into human capital management (HCM) is a sobering read for HR practitioners. Almost 40...

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Charlton reviews…

1 Nov 2004

Tempus fugit for writer and trainer
John Charlton as he reads through the
latest books on time management

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Partnership plans are working

1 Nov 2004

Pam Vaughan looks at how unions are addressing skills shortages
by transforming access to learning for people at work

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Better value from learning

1 Nov 2004

For organisations to get the most from development, the role of line managers is essential. We ask readers how to...

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People development starts with the line

1 Nov 2004

Line managers play a pivotal role in any plans made by HR and training professionals, as this issue of Training...

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Winning the generation game can be achieved

26 Oct 2004

Maybe it’s my age, maybe familiarity breeds bias, but I can’t help thinking that my colleagues in the older age...

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Educate recruiters first to employ older workers

26 Oct 2004

Adair Turner, chairman of the independent Pensions Commission, has just concluded the long-awaited review of the UK pension’s deficit.Adair said:...

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