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    Employers are under increased pressure to engage and retain their employees following research that reveals one in six workers have applied for a new job in the past six months.

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    Employers have continued to invest in learning and development despite financial constraints during the global financial crisis, with HR primarily taking responsibility for the function.

  • HR jobs shoot up again by

    Human resources topped the list of four job sectors to show an increase in job ads in April, according to the Advantage Professional Job Index.

  • The changing face of HR bosses by

    New research from PricewaterhouseCoopers has revealed how the make-up and background of top HR executives has changed over recent years with gender, age, education levels and skill sets all evolving.

  • Laughter’s the best medicine by

    If a colleague passes their work onto you for some reason, just do it poorly to ensure they never pass it on again. Or, if you can’t work out how to use the photocopier, destroy it.

  • HR must adapt to manage multinationals by

    HR must adapt to manage multinational employees or risk missing out on being part of the international workforce, according to a management expert.

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