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Personnel Today turns 30

Personnel Today celebrates its 30th anniversary on 9 February 2018 and throughout the year, we'll be looking back at what it was like in HR in the late 1980s, at what has changed in the three decades since, and at where HR might be heading in the next 30 years…
 
If you would like to share your experiences of HR in the 80s, please email rob.moss@personneltoday.com

Personnel Today turns 30: How the new publication drove progress

Movers and shakers behind the first editions of Personnel Today in the late 1980s helped the profession to find its...

30 years in HR: How careers have changed and where they’re heading next (webinar)

28 Mar 2018

Wednesday 9 May 2018 2:00pm (BST)
How are organisations changing and what does it mean for HR? More importantly, what...

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30 landmark employment law judgments

28 Feb 2018

Since its first issue on 9 February 1988, Personnel Today has reported on a staggering number of developments in employment...

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Personnel Today turns 30: How has L&D evolved?

21 Feb 2018

As part of our series celebrating 30 years since the first issue of Personnel Today, Roisin Woolnough considers the vast...

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The Children and Families Act has received Royal Assent.

PT30: Ten key legal changes since 1988

14 Feb 2018

Since it first went to press in February 1988, Personnel Today has seen employment legislation introduced, amended and abolished many...

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Personnel Today turns 30: Highlights from our first issue

9 Feb 2018

Did you work in human resources in the 1980s? Or perhaps you worked in personnel? We mark the 30th anniversary...

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