What image do you project
- Future stock. Gratton, Lynda // People Management;12/16/99, Vol. 5 Issue 24, p25
Presents forecasts on the development of human resource function and its implications to professional employees in Great Britain. Importance of human labor in industries; Factors which placed the human capital at the center of globalization; Predominant changes in human resource function.
- Competitive Sourcing: The Controversial Initiative? Wells, Denise Lindsey // Public Manager;Fall2002, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p9
Focuses on competitive sourcing as one of five government-wide initiatives detailed in the U.S. President's Management Agenda. Skepticism surrounding the competitive sourcing of government employees; Principles guiding sourcing decisions; Difference between outsourcing, competitive sourcing and...
- A profession of equals. Catto, Graeme // Diversity in Health & Social Care;2008, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p235
The article offers a perspective on the issues surrounding the medical profession in Great Britain. The General Medical Council (GMC), as a regulator, expects a great deal from individual doctors when it comes to diversity issues. The GMC is undertaking a significant body of long-term research...
- HR looks to gain status in the boardroom. Glenn, David J. // Westchester County Business Journal;9/15/2003, Vol. 42 Issue 37, p4
Reports on the value of the human resource (HR) department to the business organization. Executive leadership of HR professionals; Involvement in the corporate processes; Approach to strategic equality.
- Your Peers Reveal Their Top Comp Concerns and How They Handle Them. Birschel, Dee // Benefits Quarterly;2004 First Quarter, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p66
Deals with the findings of a survey on employee salary in the U.S. Efforts of employers to maintain high salaries of employees; Lump-sum bonuses issued by employers as an alternative to increase the salary of employees.
- A great time to be in benefits. Albertson, David // Employee Benefit News;Sep2003, Vol. 17 Issue 11, p9
Presents several reasons that make the human resource and benefit profession attractive and interesting. Highlights of the 2003 EBN-Hay Benefits Survey in the U.S.; Challenges facing the human resource profession; Potential growth in the human resources profession; Opportunity of human resource...
- People trump technology in complex world. // e.learning age;Mar2013, p3
The article reports on the claim that senior human resources and learning and development professionals think they are people instead of technology people.
- UK metrics will win respect in the boardroom. // Personnel Today;2/26/2002, p1
Focuses on the response of the senior human resource (HR) professionals to the need for HR to measure its contribution in Great Britain. Maximization of business ouput; Establishment of a link between staff satisfaction and sales; Role of an intangible assets in an organization.
- Economy keeps HR pay rises low. // Personnel Today;11/5/2002, p8
Reports that according to a survey in November 2002 the human resource professionals in the U.S received pay increase of, on average, less than two percent in 2001. Number of professionals covered in the survey; Reason for small increases in the pay of Human resource professionals;...