- Establishing an HRD Program in an HRD Consulting Firm. Rothwell, William J. // Training & Development Journal;Jan1983, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p81
Focuses on the establishment of a human resources department program in a human resources consulting firm. Organizational change that occur when HRD programs are introduced to the field's own practitioners; Prediction of problems of social change in an organizational setting; Books published on...
- Going Out On Your Own. Grensing-Pophal, Lin // HRMagazine;Jan2000, Vol. 45 Issue 1, p36
Advises people who plan to form their own business as human resource (HR) consultants. Skills needed in HR; Value of a business plan to those who aspire to be an HR consultant; Difficulties in reverting to a corporate environment after working as an HR consultant. INSETS: A Plan;How Much...
- The performance consultant at work. Sorohan, Erica Gordon // Training & Development;Mar96, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p34
Discusses the basics of human consultancy practice. Core competencies that must be developed by performance consultants; Commonly encountered factors that affect human performance; Advice from performance consultants on how to prepare for a performance consultancy practice; Effect of the trend...
- Specialization fuels growth of consulting. Tompkins, Neville C. // HRMagazine;Jul95, Vol. 40 Issue 7, p110
Gives advice to human resource consulting services. Trend toward specialization; Need for consultants to assist with sexual harassment, training, implementation of the Americans With Disabilities Act and cultural transformations that often include total quality management training; Building a...
- HRMagazine's 1995-1996 directory of consultants. // HRMagazine;Jul95, Vol. 40 Issue 7, p114
Presents a directory of human resource management consultants. Benefits; Compensation; Employee recruitment/selection; Employee relations; Health/safety and security; Human resource management; International human resources; Manuals/policies; Resolution/grievances.
- 1996 service guide of HR consultants. // HRMagazine;Oct96, Vol. 41 Issue 10, p155
Presents a directory of human resource consultants in the United States for 1996. Benefits consultants; Compensation consultants; Employee recruitment and selection.
- When should you call a consultant? Manewitz, Marilyn // HRMagazine;Oct97, Vol. 42 Issue 10, p84
Discusses how professional consultants can help a human resource (HR) department tackle a project that requires special skills. Situation that may help HR department decide what is the best consultant for the organization; Example of how consultants can be valuable as neutral third parties;...
- A guide to HR specialism. Boucher, Phil // Personnel Today;5/21/2002, p30
Provides guidelines for business consultants in the human resource management of Great Britain. Awareness of the competitive market; Ability to produce good performance using economic skills; Significance of analyzing the company culture.
- Selecting the right consultants. Cooley, Martha S. // HR Magazine;Aug1994, Vol. 39 Issue 8, p100
Presents tips on selecting consultants for human resource departments in organizations. Role of human resource professionals; Outplacement counseling; Consultants as temporary employees; Understanding of the market niche of a company; Communication skills; Phone interviews.