NEWS ON THE WEB
- Is it really fair to blame HR? // People Management;Oct2013, p20
The article shares insights from the human resource (HR) community on the retraction of evidence made by British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC) HR Director Lucy Adams that she had no knowledge of an e-mail explaining the payouts to the company's departing senior executives. One respondent argues that...
- BBC HR boss defends relocation packages. Phillips, Lucy // People Management;11/19/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 24, p11
The article reports on the defense given by Lucy Adams, director of human resource (HR) at BBC, on the allegations that employees of the company are being bribed to consider its relocation packages. BBC allegedly offered employees to keep their London allowances along with attractive relocation...
- on the move. // Personnel Today;4/7/2009, p15
The article announces that Richard Neville will join Drax Power Inc. as head of human resource (HR) and Lucy Adams has been appointed the director of the firm BBC People.
- DOD's blog: Fight back if pay decisions will lead to trouble. O'Donovan, Debi // Employee Benefits;7/12/2013, p8
The article discusses how the former senior British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC) executive payoffs news is an outstanding reminder to Lucy Adams, the human resources (HR) director of BBC.
- Front-page HR is rarely positive news. // People Management;Oct2013, p8
The article announces the resignation of British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC) Human Resource Director Lucy Adams.
- BBC's HR chief to lose board seat. // People Management;10/28/2010, p8
The article reports on the statement of Lucy Adams, director of people at BBC, that she fully supports the reorganization of the media company including her appointment at the new operating committee.
- London to Birmingham at 140 Mbit/s. // BKSTS Journal;Dec1983, Vol. 65 Issue 12, p695
The article focuses on the use of digital transmission by British Broadcasting Co. and British Telecom to carry television, radio and other services over a high bit-rate link system between London and Birmingham in England during a pilot scheme for six months. The system will be used to carry...
- Presenting a better view of the good sides of the Internet. Nutley, Michael // New Media Age;1/16/2003, p20
Talks about the public's view of the Internet. Reasons people choose not to get an Internet connection; Factors that may have a damaging effect on the public's view of the Web; Importance of the involvement of the British Broadcasting Corp. and British Telecom in online education.
- GADFLY. // New Media Age;10/10/2002, p47
Provides updates on multimedia industry in Great Britain as of October 2002. Information on the costume of executive Martina King at a party sponsored by Yahoo! UK MD; Bid of the company BT for the online gaming market; Status of a proposed electronic learning program at British Broadcasting Corp.