Finding a Good Fit
- How to... ...become an HR consultant. Cannell, Mike // People Management;8/7/2003, Vol. 9 Issue 16, p46
Presents suggestions on becoming a self-employed human resource consultant in Great Britain. Factors considered in self-employment; Questions asked before deciding to become a consultant; Methods of marketing the business. INSET: ARE YOU CUT OUT FOR SELF-EMPLOYMENT?.
- BARNES Reports: U.S. Human Resources Consulting Services (NAICS 541612). // United States Human Resources & Executive Search Consulting Serv;2012, p1
The article presents a study which examines and forecasts the performance of the human resources consulting services industry in the U.S for 2009 to 2013. It features methodologies and factors considered in the assessment of the human resources consulting services sector. Moreover, several...
- IN THE MAIL. Becker, Bernard H.; Herr, Niki; Rugala, Eugene // Workforce Management;3/13/2006, Vol. 85 Issue 5, p55
Several letters to the editor in response to articles published in previous issues of the periodical "Workforce Management" including "Unions' Global End Run," by Jessica Marquez in the January 30, 2006 issue, "Talent Management Systems Make Inroads With Employers," in the January 30, 2006 issue...
- New IR textbook from IPM. // Management Services;Jan1985, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p42
A book that may well prove to be the definitive work on British industrial relations was published by the Institute of Personnel Management on December 17, 1984. George Thomason's eagerly awaited book, "A Textbook of Industrial Relations Management" is an exhaustive study of the framework of...
- Industrial agents directory. // Estates Gazette;11/24/2007 UK Distribution Parks, p5
A directory for industrial and property consultants in Great Britain is presented.
- The Ideologies of U.S. and Canadian IR Scholars: A Comparative Analysis and Construct Validation. GODARD, JOHN // Journal of Labor Research;Spring95, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p127
This paper: (1) reports the findings of a 1991 survey of the values and beliefs of U.S. IR scholars and compares these to the findings of a Canadian survey conducted a year earlier and (2) examines the structure, covariates, and construct validity of a scale measuring ideology developed from the...
- Union Survival Strategies for the Twenty-First Century. HIATT, JONATHAN P.; JACKSON, LEE W. // Journal of Labor Research;Fall97, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p487
Discusses the challenges facing labor unions in the United States in the twenty-first century. Need for revitalized labor movements and the development of strategies; Long-term employment relationship with decent wages and benefits; Finding ways to advance the interests of unskilled, peripheral...
- SITTING IN JUDGMENT ON OTHERS. Fletcher, Winston // Management Today;Aug2000, p30
Focuses on the role of industrial relations consultants. Benefits of hiring a regular staff consultant; Factors contributing to the adoption of employee appraisal systems; Basis for conducting employee appraisals; Responsibility of the appraiser to check the temperament of person.
- Heather Nash: ALIA'S new Industrial Adviser. // inCite;Jan/Feb2007, Vol. 28 Issue 1/2, p34
The article announces the selection of Heather Nash as human resources and industrial relations advisor for the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA).