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- 'EDUCATE STAFF TO EASE THEIR FINANCIAL STRESS.'. // People Management;11/13/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 23, p8
The article reports on the views of human resource (HR) professionals in Great Britain towards the duty of employers to provide financial education to their staff to ease stress in the recession. According to HR professionals, staff who are in debt, struggling to pay the bills or have found...
- How I see HR... Diprose, Nick // Personnel Today;9/8/2009, p20
The article presents several suggestions for developing a human resource (HR) function in an organisation including aligning the HR strategy with the business, developing and training people, and reviewing business processes and governance.
- Someone at RBS has to be held responsible. Crush, Peter // Human Resources (09648380);Apr2009, p4
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one on the candidates for human resource (HR) director of the year 2009 and on the need to link HR training to organizational outcomes to attract the most talented people.
- Proving Our Worth: The Training Value Model. Bennett, Barbara; Griswold, David F. // Training & Development Journal;Oct84, Vol. 38 Issue 10, p81
Presents a four-step process for determining the value of human resources development (HRD) to an organization. Assessment of training problems and opportunities; Design, presentation and evaluation of programs to meet the needs; Determination of the behavioral effects of the program;...
- How Can HRD Be More Relevant? Foster, Badi G.; Jennings, Madelyn P.; Eastburn, Richard A.; Reek, Don // Training & Development Journal;Jan1985, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p16
Offers advice on making the human resources department more relevant. Issues facing the training and human resource development profession in the 1980s; Linking personnel department needs to the company's strategic business plans; Need for future replacements and filling new jobs that will evolve.
- Leitch Review is a kick up the backside for business. Dempsey, Karen // Personnel Today;12/12/2006, p10
The article presents the author's comment on the Leitch Review. She said that the Leitch Review provides an opportunity for personnel departments to show how strategic they are. According to the author, employers that don't train their people are short-changing their businesses and the economy...
- Une analyse longitudinale (1975-2005) de l'Ã©volution de la profession ressources humaines. Haines, III, Victor Y.; Brouillard, Sophie; Cadieux, Nathalie // Relations Industrielles / Industrial Relations;Summer2010, Vol. 65 Issue 3, p491
The present longitudinal study, which extends the one previously conducted by Haines and Arcand (1997), aims to revisit and analyse the evolution of the human resources profession over a period of three decades from a theoretical perspective of professionalization (Wilensky, 1964). To do this,...
- How HR Professionals Can Help Companies Grow and Create Jobs. Chao, Elaine L. // HR Magazine;Jan2012, Vol. 57 Issue 1, p28
The article discusses ways in which human resources (HR) professionals can help to grow companies and create jobs. The author examines the role of HR departments in developing skills training and education programs, public advocacy, and in hiring workers who will be productive. Other topics...
- Taking the lead. Faragher, Jo // Personnel Today;5/9/2006, p22
The article focuses on issues related to the development of leadership skills of human resource (HR) executives. Many senior HR executives get heavily involved in building leadership development initiatives at their companies. John Fay, managing director of training company SFL, estimates that...