- Don't downsize the soul of the organisation too. Davies, Howard // People Management;10/19/95, Vol. 1 Issue 21, p29
Opinion. Presents the author's view on employers that invest in their people to boost staff morale and productivity. Significance of delayering or re-engineering of employment in British companies; Effect of downsizing on employees; Roles of individual and government in the promotion of...
- LATE NEWS. // Crain's Cleveland Business;8/26/2002, Vol. 23 Issue 34, p1
Reports business developments in Cleveland, Ohio as of August 2002. Stagnance in employment according to the survey conducted by Manpower Inc.; Retrenchment of employees from New Media Communications Inc.; Progress of the Ohio Prosperity Project of the Ohio Manufacturers' Association.
- City high-flyers face new futures after job losses. Whitehead, Mark // People Management;10/29/1998, Vol. 4 Issue 21, p12
Reports that personnel managers in London, England are preparing for job losses caused by the crisis in world markets. Consultation over employees who will be made redundant, severance terms and what kind of outplacement assistance will be needed; Effect on employees at all levels; Businesses...
- ...in brief. // Personnel Today;10/7/2003, p3
This article presents developments related to employment in Great Britain. New efforts to end the capacity crisis in social services have resulted in a 3.4 per cent fall in the vacancy rate in local authorities. According to the Employers Organisation for Local Government, councils spent Â£11m...
- A rough month for NYC jobs. Massey, Daniel // Crain's New York Business;11/23/2009, Vol. 25 Issue 47, p4
The article reports that New York City witnessed 15,600 jobs in October 2009 including 12,800 private sector positions across various industries. According to an analysis of state Department of Labor data, the largest number of layoffs was in the construction industry, which lost about 2,900...
- Bob put through his paces. Harvey, Richard // Public Finance;4/22/94, p20
Provides information on the selection of candidates for redundancy and promotion. Consideration of management action of behavior of individuals; Need for a clear understanding of customary arrangements; Formalization of procedures on regrading; Creation of an action plan.
- A new accountant's life is never dull. Nichols, Dave // Public Finance;4/22/94, p21
Gives advice on choosing candidates for redundancy and regrading. Preparation of draft job-descriptions and person specifications; Grading consideration; Assimilation of existing staff into the new structure.
- 'Privileged' have a leg up on employment scale. Kopenkoskey, Paul R. // Grand Rapids Business Journal;3/26/2012, Vol. 30 Issue 13, p6
The article reports that decisions on hiring and promotion in Grand Rapids, Michigan are based on earned and unearned privileges including English spoken as first language, age, and beauty, which tend to pigeonhole groups of people who are denied gainful employment or promotions within a company.
- Challenger report: Job cutting slows in June. // Business Journal (Central New York);7/11/2008, Vol. 22 Issue 28, p7
The article reports on the decline of job cuttings in June 2008 in the U.S. In June, U.S. companies announced plans to eliminate 81,755 jobs, a 21 percent decline from 103,522 layoffs announced in May, when job cuts reached a 29-month high. While June's announced layoffs were down from the...