- Ban on pre-employment health questions backed by HR chiefs. Peacock, Louisa // Personnel Today;1/26/2010, p1
The article reports that the ban of pre-employment health questionnaires is backed by human resource (HR) chiefs in Great Britain. Many chiefs despite of increased litigation, brings back the proposed changes which claims that the employers can discriminate against those with medical conditions...
- LEGAL OPINION. // People Management;May2012, p24
The article presents several views from legal experts on court cases regarding personnel management in Great Britain. Charles Wynn-Evans discussed a ruling on the King v Royal Bank of Canada compromise employee dismissal case. Catriona Weir analyzed the effect of pension costs in the Woodcock v...
- Employers urged to look beyond qualifications. // Personnel Today;3/9/2010, p3
The article presents news briefs on personnel management in Great Britain, including those on 'Going Green at Work' conference, legislation on the right to request time off for training, and graduate recruiters.
- FAST FORWARD. // People Management;Oct2011, p10
The article presents a timeline of human resources-related events in Great Britain, held from October 1-26, 2011, including the implementation of agency workers regulations, the Conservative Party conference, and the launch of the nonprofit Employwers Network for Equality & Inclusion.
- Untitle. // Personnel Today;10/27/2009, p2
The article presents information on personnel management in Great Britain, including those on Apple Inc., Google Inc., and Virgin Group.
- NEWS IN BRIEF. // People Management;4/22/2010, p7
This section offers news briefs related to employment in Great Britain as of April 2010 including the integration of employer brand with reward strategy, the use by organizations of coaching, and the human resource department conference to be conducted by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and...
- NEWS IN BRIEF. // People Management;12/3/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 25, p7
This section offers employment management-related news briefs in Great Britain including the increase in the number of older workers and the recommendation by health expert Dr. Steve Boorman that the government improve the staff's health and well-being.
- MASTER: CLASS. // Management Today;Feb2010, p20
The article focuses on the implementation of management by walking around (MBWA) as an effective management theory to communicate and manage rank and file employees in Great Britain.
- Good week for... // Personnel Today;1/26/2010, p2
The article offers news briefs related to the employment and worker's compensation in Great Britain including a rise in the employment after a very long span of time in 18 months and the wages received by Dudley Council, England, workers including cleaners, carers, caterers.