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    Employer groups have warned against making decisions about regulation of executive remuneration in a hotbed atmosphere of community sentiment against the corporate excesses in the US, that gave rise to the global economic crisis

  • Finding opportunity in the downturn by

    While some employers are reducing costs by cutting staff numbers in the downturn and ridding themselves of poor performers, the current economic climate could instead be manipulated to create employment opportunities in areas such as supply-chain or procurement to drive costs out of a business, according to Scott Craig, director of Enigma International Resourcing

  • Firms struggle to deliver shareholder promises by

    CEOs in the UK are failing to engage their most senior leaders behind the promises they make to shareholders

  • Don’t let former employees out of sight by

    Employers could be missing out on vital business opportunities by cutting ties with former employees as involuntary turnover continues to rise

  • Putting employees first brings in the money by

    While the service industry has long lived by the mantra that customer service is the only thing that matters, a paradigm shift whereby employees come first and customers second is more important, according to J Kalyanaraman, head of Asia Pacific head of HCL Technologies

  • Downturn leads to increase in false bullying claims by

    The current climate of job uncertainty has contributed to an increase in the number of bullying claims and, in particular false claims, as employees try to protect themselves from redundancies through contrived or exaggerated workplace allegations, according to Harmers Workplace Lawyers

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