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- Five Strategies for Getting Your New Recruiters Ramped Up Quickly & Productively. Gionta, Michael // Fordyce Letter;Apr2012, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p5
The article offers the author's insights regarding the five strategies on how to built up the new recruiters quickly and productively in a recruiting firm. The author states that the new recruiters must not be overtrained in the first three weeks. He says that he is giving enough information for...
- Training. // Personnel Today;1/22/2002, p8
Reports developments in personnel management as of January 2002 in Great Britain. Appointment of two Manufacturer Sash UK's training officers; Benefits of Peacocks Medical's section heads on personal productivity training; Introduction of Learndirect system for employees.
- Leadership skills: The overlooked training. Mitchiner, Mitch // South Carolina Business Journal;Feb2000, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p10
Reports on the benefits of leadership training for companies in need of a productive workforce. Selection of employees to be trained for the accomplishment of company goals; Commitment to the improvement of employee morale.
- The skill set. Donovan, Paul // People Management;8/28/2003, Vol. 9 Issue 17, p36
Discusses the success of the Centre on Skills, Knowledge and Organisational Performance in Great Britain. Contributions to the national and international thinking regarding skills training; Historical background; Description of the projects it conducted.
- Training and Development. Fisher, Jennifer // Business People;May2012, p76
The article discusses the importance of employee training and development to corporate growth. Training can assist employees in learning new skills, which in turn increases effectiveness. Younger employees also consider training as required benefits when searching for a job. Aside from improved...
- WINNING THE TALENT WAR. // Management Today;Oct2004, p70
This article reports that the new Investors in People, standard presents a timely reminder that people and productivity are inextricably linked. In an effort to inject a little clarity into an area that has been known to generate more heat than light, the periodical "Management Today," got...
- Pay back time for training. Pendrous, Rick // Food Manufacture;Nov2005, Vol. 80 Issue 11, Special section p7
The article discusses issues facing human resource directors and managers at the food industry in Great Britain. First, there is a need to increase productivity and efficiency of employees. The industry should invests in staff training and development. It is also important to identify...
- In Practice. Sirabell, John D.; Mears, Peter // Training & Development Journal;Jun88, Vol. 42 Issue 6, p14
Presents news briefs employee training and personnel development. Survey on the tendency of society in general and husbands in particular to expect too much of working women; Tips on effective business writing; Personnel directors' rating of various days of the work week in terms of...
- IN BRIEF. // People Management;6/12/2003, Vol. 9 Issue 12, p9
Presents news briefs on personnel management in Great Britain as of June 12, 2003. Proposal for the pay increase of homeworkers earning less than the minimum wage; Diversity training at the London School of Economics in England; Impact of stress on labor productivity.