'Talent management up to managers, not HR.'
- The changing role of hr: partnering with managers. Buhler, Patricia M. // Supervision;Jun99, Vol. 60 Issue 6, p16
Discusses the role of human resource department in an organization. Changes in the role of the department in the 1990s; Structure of the personnel department; Relationship between executives and their human resource partners; Role of strategic personnel planning in the organization.
- 'Throw away the rulebook', HR urged. Roberts, Jonathan // People Management;11/10/2005, Vol. 11 Issue 22, p12
The article talks about the need for human resources (HR) to focus on actions that drive performance, according to human resource (HR) director Alex Wilson present at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) Annual Conference 2005. Meanwhile, Tim Miller of Standard Chartered...
- A new deal. O'Dowd, John // People Management;5/15/2003, Vol. 9 Issue 10, p38
Discusses personnel management developments in Ireland. Increase in pay package in the country in March 2003; Increase in organizations' spending on training in 1999; Percentage of human resource executives who thought that human resource departments had a significant impact on organizational...
- Some things are tricky to say. Moloney, Karen // People Management;7/14/2005, Vol. 11 Issue 14, p46
The author presents his opinion about why a successful company might face problems concerning its human resource (HR) department. He states that the company is well equipped to succeed only in the present. He cites that he needs to inform those executives in charge about the social, demographic...
- HOW I GOT WHERE I AM TODAY. Caddick, Karen // People Management;5/5/2005, Vol. 11 Issue 9, p43
Presents an article on being a human resource (HR) director. Career background; Responsibilities as a global HR director at "Financial Times" periodical; Views on recruiting executives.
- Is HR/benefits 'siloed' or specialized? BUTLER, KELLEY M. // Employee Benefit News;Jun2010, Vol. 24 Issue 8, p6
This article discusses the increasing number of women executives in the human resource (HR) profession in the U.S. A report from the Wharton School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, shows the percentage of female top HR positions increased from 27 percent to 42 percent in the period between 1999 to...
- Resources for HR Managers. // Business NH Magazine;May2004, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p39
Presents a directory of resources for human resource managers in New Hampshire.
- Human Resource Management Research in Egypt. Burke, Ronald J.; El-Kot, Ghada A. // Review of Management;2011, Vol. 1 Issue 4, p4
The article discusses human resources management (HRM) research projects being conducted in Egypt. It cites several reasons for the lack of attention given to HRM research in Egypt including the unwillingness of managers in Egyptian organizations to participate in HRM research for fear that this...
- â€¦but the HR profession's influence and status are improving. // Personnel Today;1/16/2007, p55
The article presents results of a survey conducted by the journal "Employment Review" on personnel management. Three out of five of those surveyed say that Human Resource (HR) has grown in influence over the past two years. Public sector employers are most likely to have an HR director. The most...