Leaders & executives (675 items)

The 10 do's and don'ts of the redundancy process

Employers that refrain from indiscriminately slashing staff numbers and adhere to the 10 "DOs and DON'Ts" of the redundancy process will be "poised to enjoy a competitive advantage" as the economy rebounds, according to the authors of a white paper from the Human Capital Institute and Taleo. » more »




Public sector must embrace a "blended" workforce or fall behind in talent race

The majority of agencies in the public sector are falling behind private business in their capacity to attract and retain talent - "at an exponential rate" - by failing to embrace fixed-term employment contracts and a "blended" workforce, says Hudson's former public sector director, Paul Baker. » more »





"There is always money to get": HR expert

HR credibility is at "rock bottom", and it's up to HR managers to stand up and fight for recognition and funding, and to prove to executives that human resources is more than "hiring, firing and keeping us safe", according to Upper Edge Learning's head of strategic design, Milo-Arne Peady. » more »



Attract talented graduates with flexibility and the "amazing things" you do

A multifaceted HR strategy, including flexibility, internal promotions, overtime banking and an image makeover, has helped technology giant ThyssenKrupp become one of the planet's most enticing employers for graduate talent, according to its chief personnel officer, Ralph Labonte. » more »