- Juggling career transition and development
While career transition has been a focus for companies through the global financial crisis, business leaders need to look more seriously at career development options for talented performers. HR Leader looks at some of the latest issues and examines what HR professionals can do to assist
- HR evolving with the times
HR is an evolving profession, and one that’s changing in tune with the economic and business landscape, proactively strengthening its future
- MBAs: What’s in them for HR?
MBAs are particularly relevant for HR practitioners who are looking to broaden their business knowledge. HR Leader examines the process of choosing the ideal MBA school and program and how to get the most out of an MBA
- The secret of a great place to work
Many people think the idea of a “great place to work” is just another fluffed up concept. But these organisations really do exist and it is only by believing that it’s possible, writes David Creelman
- Rethink, redesign, rejuvenate
As national employment reaches capacity, a skills shortage is set to reignite the war for talent. Clever employers will rethink traditional job design – and make the most of who they have. Tom Washington reports
- Competency models or experiences models?
Which is a better model to use when hiring high performers? David Creelman investigates