KPMG asks staff to accept temporary flexible contracts if the need arises
- How sabbaticals and paid leave can yield dividends. // Management Today;Oct98, p13
Reports on some Great Britain companies which allow employees to go on sabbatical leaves, knowing these leaves can yield dividends for the company. Getting employee back happier and more skilled as justification for allowing sabbaticals; Examples of extended leave scheme policies.
- Thinking two steps ahead. Campbell, Rachel // People Management;1/29/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p15
The author explains how the Flexible Futures programme of KPMG works. The author describes the buzz created by the launch of Flexible Futures. The programme asks all 11,000 partners and staff of KPMG to volunteer to change their terms and conditions of employment for 18 months in line with the...
- Sabbaticals Becoming Rare. Gaskin, James E. // Inter@ctive Week;10/18/99, Vol. 6 Issue 43, p93
Deals with the sabbatical programs of companies. Information on policy on nonpaid leaves for employees of KPMG; Opinion of Barbara Ling, author of the book `The Internet Recruiting Edge,' on the need for sabbatical guidelines in companies; Companies which offered sabbaticals in the past.
- Raising the Curtain on a Minor Hiring Issue. Miklave, Matthew T.; Trafimow, A. Jonathan // Workforce (10928332);Jun2003, Vol. 82 Issue 6, p108
Answers several questions on personnel management. Law on hiring minors; Guidance on claiming wages from jail; Permission for sabbatical leave. INSETS: Legally Blind Employee Has ADA Claim;Failure to Use Employer's Complaint Procedure Dooms Claim.
- Why give employees sabbaticals? To reward, relax and recharge. SHELEY, ELIZABETH // HR Magazine;Mar96, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p58
Focuses on sabbatical leave programs for employees. Popularity of such programs in law firms, computer companies and consulting firms; Difficulty in attributing the assumed results of sabbaticals; Main concerns for personnel managers in the implementation of such a program; Examples of...
- NEWS IN BRIEF. // People Management;3/26/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p9
This section offers news briefs related to personnel management in Great Britain. A Â£1,000 bonus will be offered by Peer 1 to any new recruit who leaves within two weeks in an effort to retain the best talent. Eighty-five percent of the workforce of KPMG have availed of its Flexible Futures...
- Finland improves employment rights. // Employers Law;Apr2008, p6
The article reports on various employment legislation that have been implemented in Finland in the beginning of 2008. The right to take a sabbatical, due to expire in 2007, has been extended for a further two years. Failure to provide an employee with written particulars of employment is now a...
- Untitled. // Personnel Today;7/22/2008, p7
The article presents two questions and answers related to personnel management, including one on bonus/award system, and second on career break/sabbatical policy.
- I'll see you in six months... Gomer, Hilaire // Personnel Today;8/10/2004, p18
A sabbatical means, literally, 'of the Sabbath', or a rest. The article focuses on the importance of sabbaticals for revitalization of employees. It is a voluntary agreement whereby a member of staff takes fully-paid, part-paid or unpaid leave above their holiday allowance. Today it is a chance...