- Breaking HR’s glass ceiling
HR’s glass ceiling is sadly of its own making, however, there are chinks that offer great opportunities to break through, writes Roger Collins
- Performance management: play to their strengths
Is it possible to improve employee engagement and retention simply by focusing on what staff are good at? Personnel Today’s Karen Dempsey finds out
- Engaging inductions
We are overhauling our approach to induction, which at this stage, is heavily focused on compliance and policy issues. How do you suggest we approach this so it has a greater impact upon engaging our new starters?
- Getting the most from online assessment
The widespread use of internet technologies has made assessing staff satisfaction levels and competencies easier than ever, but rolling out these kinds of online assessment tools isn’t always straightforward. Angus Kidman examines how to ensure that such projects are successful and how they can be integrated with existing HR technology systems
- Setting up a skilled migration program
Management in my firm has decided to endorse the recruitment of overseas staff. We are in the formative stages of setting up a ‘skilled migration program’ and want to have all the bases covered. What elements/framework can you suggest for such a program?
- Using coaching to change employee behaviour
Coaching for behavioural change in your staff is a minefield that should be entered with due care and attention, writes Stephanie Sparrow