HR resources

October 2004
Personnel Today;10/12/2004, p10
Trade Publication
This article reports on several news briefs related to human resource development. Human development expert Paul Kearns delves deeper in to measuring and developing human resource in his book "One Stop Guide to Human Capital Management." New research shows that retail staff are increasingly having to deal with both violence and threatening behaviour. For more information on how to become a member of the HR Directors Club and a chance to network online with other senior HR leaders, go to www.hrdirectorsclub.com/about/ PersonnelToday.com. The latest edition of Recruitment Trends& Forecasts reports that the recruitment industry in Great Britain is growing in confidence, with forecasts indicating a positive climate.


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