- Ergon Energy: plugging the skills gap
Up until 2004 Ergon Energy was feeling the effects of the skills shortage in the energy industry. Over the past four years, however, they have introduced a number of initiatives which have eased the issue. Sarah O’ Carroll reports
- Creative Car Control
Discovering the limits of what your car is capable of is usually something that occurs by accident rather than design. Public roads are obviously not the place for finding out where the edge is between control and loss of control
- Eenie meenie miney mo?
Selection testing has been around for decades and the range of instruments and providers seem endless. Teresa Russell looks at some offerings in the market and looks at how companies use different tailored testing instruments to great effect
- Tracking potential talent
Is there anything negative about moving to an automated applicant tracking system? Teresa Russell talks with two organisations that managed smooth transitions and have achieved impressive returns on investment
- Brave new world for HR
The lead story for this issue, ‘Perfect leadership storm looming’, looks at the findings of a global study into emerging and significant issues for organisations from a human capital perspective.
- Funky skin
The biggest organ in the human body is the skin and our skin is the external barrier between our vital internal organs and our environment