Military

Q and A

1 Feb 2002

Clarke Wetter answer questions on recruitment and retention
Q: With the current emphasis on global recruitment cost cutting, how
important...

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Guru

22 Jan 2002

This week’s guru
Mig-31 military makers are just off their trolley
Many companies turn to diversification to remain competitive in...

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Might look good, but does it work?

22 Jan 2002

You've paid a top-flight designer to create the flashiest corporate site on the Net, but it isn't delivering the volume of traffic expected. This could simply be down to the fact that it's too difficult to use. Grant McQuattie-Campbell (right), head of research at The Usability Company, explains how to put your site to the test

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The ins and outs of TA

17 Jan 2002

Ross
Wigham looks at the obligations and rights of organisations employing Territorial
Army members.
Rights
of Employers

The employer...

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TA members called up for first time in 45 years

17 Jan 2002

Members
of the Territorial Army have been compulsorily mobilised for the first time
since the Suez crisis 45 years ago,...

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Mission: impossible

15 Jan 2002

Company: Westland Helicopters Mission: to take 10 people who have never worked together and transform them into a management team to handle a critical project. By Catherine Stebbings

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Training

11 Dec 2001

This weeks training news
Army signs up IT scheme
All new recruits at the headquarters of the British Army’s Land...

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Q & A

11 Dec 2001

Your legal questions answered
Q  Our company is going through a
large-scale redundancy programme. One employee is being particularly difficult...

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Tough act to follow

11 Dec 2001

A
new course is giving senior managers the chance to learn about leadership by
studying the actions of film icons....

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A tale of two crises

27 Nov 2001

President
Bush’s leadership skills have been put to the test in the past few months.
Faced with two different crises,...

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The President’s quiet crisis

27 Nov 2001

George W Bush has won public support as US leader for his handling of the war against terror. But as the head of a crisis-ridden organisation, how does he fare in dealing with fundamental HR issues? By Paul Simpson

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Case studies

20 Nov 2001

HR calls for clarity when taking on asylum-seekers
Automotive Precision Components employs 20 refugees at its factory in
Tonbridge, Kent....

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Letters

13 Nov 2001

Last week's comment by CIPD chief economist John Philpott sparked a massive response from readers. Many questioned the examination of Al Qaeda's organisational structure

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Railtrack upgrade planned with real military precision

12 Dec 2000

Staff on Railtrack’s West Coast Main
Working Line upgrade are learning the planning skills used in military
campaigns.
About 100...

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