- HR career issues...?CIPD qualifications. Parrish, Olivia; Bate, Greg // Personnel Today;5/19/2009, p8
The article presents an answer to a question on career growth for personnel managers.
- HR career issues...?changing industries. // Personnel Today;6/2/2009, p11
The article provides an answer to the question of whether a human resource (HR) director should move into a similar role in a new industry.
- How I got where I am today. Millington, Ann; Stevens, Michelle // People Management;8/12/2010, p38
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of growing her career in personnel management to become the deputy chief executive and human resources (HR) director of Kent Fire and Rescue Service in England.
- HRD Career Update. Chalofsky, Neal // Training & Development Journal;May85, Vol. 39 Issue 5, p64
Discusses the career opportunities for human resource development (HRD) professionals in the U.S. Trends that affect the choices facing people who enter or advance in the HRD profession; Increased specialization; Proliferation of new, smaller companies; Movement of HRD professionals into...
- Career track. Wigham, Ross // Personnel Today;4/29/2003, p30
Relates the personal experiences of human resources graduate, Coleen Paterson after being promoted as team manager at the British financial services company, Standard Life Co. Challenges during her HR graduate training; Personal satisfaction in handling staff relations; Compensation benefits...
- Do I have to leave to progress? // People Management;Jan2016, p49
The article provides an answer to a question on whether to leave a job of being a human resource (HR) manager to progress.
- Vadovo karjeros vystymo metamorfozÄ—s. Petkevičiūtė, Nijolė // Management of Organizations: Systematic Research;2007, Issue 42, p93
This article investigates: the concept of manager's career; manager's career development research analysis; changing manager's job enviroment; scientific discussion about metamorphoses of manager's career development; manager's career development as a competitive advantage of organization.
- HOW TO… calculate the return on L&D. Bird, Hedda // People Management;6/3/2010, p31
The article discusses how to assess the success of a learning and development (L&D) programme. It examines the return on investment (ROI) of L&D initiatives. It cites the three major reasons in offering L&D, namely, compliance, core skills development and creating competitive advantage. It also...
- MECHANISM OF COMPETITIVE SPECIALISTS' REPRODUCTION. Vyacheslavovna, Ryazantseva Inna // Theory & Practice of Social Development;2013, Issue 12, p1
Cooperation of all the education levels may compile a united system that includes education, motivation, vocational guidance, and thus to create a prevailing vocational education. Such an education contribute to accumulation of the competitive advantages on all the stages of the continuous...