PEOPLE & POSTS
- Personnel Moves: Rumblings at Nielsen, Shibles Shifts. // Min's B2B;4/14/2008, Vol. 11 Issue 14, p7
The article announces executive appointments and promotions in the business-to-business (b2b) media industry, including Larry Walsh as vice president of Ziff David Enterprise's "Channel Insider," Prescott Shibles as vice president of new media at Penton Media and Laura Agostini as chief talent...
- PEOPLE & POSTS. // People Management;6/2/2005, Vol. 11 Issue 11, p10
Reports on the executive appointments in the personnel management sector in Great Britain as of June 2005. Andy Cook at global airline catering company Gate Gourmet; Mobo Quadri at recruitment company HR Go; Stephen Moir at the Cambridgeshire County Council in England.
- PEOPLE AND POSTS. // People Management;7/2/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 14, p40
The article announces several executive appointments in Great Britain including Tim Kensey at The Body Shop, Mike Everett at the Ipsos Group, and Stephen Moir at Cambridgeshire County Council.
- HR directors: New Year resolutions for 2010. Gilbert, Helen // Personnel Today;1/12/2010, p12
The article discusses the New Year resolutions taken by several Great Britain's human resource (HR) executives for 2010 and mentions their suggestions for the next government in the country. Alan Warner intends to learn German language and he suggests the government to decrease bureaucracy in...
- PPMA chief sets out to slay public sector HR dinosaurs. Berry, Mike // Personnel Today;5/6/2008, p3
The article reports on the remarks by Stephen Moir, the president of the Public Sector People Managers Association (PPMA), in his opening address to the annual PPMA conference in Brighton, England. He said that the current time has brought a crossroad for HR, and the path all HR professionals...
- Cambridgeshire HR chief insists redundancies are last resort. // Personnel Today;2/23/2010, p2
The article reports that according to Stephen Moir, corporate director, people and policy and law at Cambridgeshire County Council in England, employee redundancies will be a last resort as the council is planning to eliminate posts to reduce spending by 95.5 million pounds over five years.
- Police backlog rocks HR's trust in CRB. Brockett, James // People Management;1/25/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p9
The article reports on employers' loss of confidence in the British Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) resulting from the discovery of over 27,000 offenses that were not entered into the police national computer. It states that Home Office human resource (HR) services director Dusty Amroliwala, will...
- Top job. Couzins, Martin; Moir, Stephen // Personnel Today;8/5/2003, p22
The article presents questions and answers with Stephen Moir, head of HR, South Tyneside Council. He will now manage both the strategic HR and the service HR function across the five directorates of the council. Questions were asked related to his new role, goal, guru, and others. According to...
- Council benefits for social workers. // People Management;5/21/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 11, p13
The article reports on the reduction in the vacancy rate of children's social workers at Cambridgeshire County Council in England since the introduction of a total reward package in 2007 according to Stephen Moir, the council's director of people and policy. Moir said high vacancy levels and use...