- Is BBC pay built on a fairytale? Hall, Douglas // People Management;3/25/2010, p14
A letter to the editor is presented which concerns the salary of British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) human resources (HR) director, Lucy Adams.
- BBC STAR SEARCHIN'. Boehm, Erich // Daily Variety;03/10/2000, Vol. 267 Issue 5, p11
Focuses on British Broadcasting Corp.'s campaign to help replenish the public broadcaster's dwindling stock of stars in Great Britain. Talent search initiative called BBC Talent; Goal of countering the growing exodus of talent from the corporation.
- BBC invests Â£4m in new induction plan. Reade, Quentin // Personnel Today;4/23/2002, p3
Reports the budget of the British Broadcasting Corp. for the residential induction course of staff in Great Britain. Development of cross-departmental relationship; Improvement on the aspects of the network; Opportunity of inspiring employees.
- Save the editor who gave me hell. Lee-Potter, Charlie // New Statesman;3/1/2004, Vol. 133 Issue 4677, p18
Reports on BBC journalism. Announcement by the BBC that there will be a review of its editorial coverage following the Hutton report; Kevin Marsh as one of the journalists whose conduct the panel is examining; Personal experience of the author with Marsh; The Marsh mantra; Marsh's protection of...
- Is Facebook really dead for young people? Magee, Kate // PRWeek (London);5/24/2013, p27
The article discusses the downsized popularity of social networking site Facebook among the youth, as stated by British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) Radio's news editor Rod McKenzie. It mentions the opinion of several specialists including Anthony Donaldson, the head of planning at marketing...
- El coaching dejarÃ¡ de ser exclusivo para jefes. // Capital Humano;Dec2009, Vol. 22 Issue 238, p21
The article discusses the potential for the increased use, in Spanish companies, of coaching in the development of personnel other than executives.
- Career coaching in most firms 'is a decade out of date.'. // People Management;4/8/2010, p9
The article presents the results of a Fairplace research which showed that most companies fail to offer career coaching to their staff.
- Don't marginalize workers' problems. // Executive Leadership;5/15/2015, p1
The article offers suggestions on how to avoid marginalizing the problems of employees which include accepting the workers' problem, focusing on the employees, and making follow ups.
- FIRST-CLASS COACH. // Management Today;Nov2010, p106
The article provides an answer to a question on how to manage and encourage employee performance.