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  • To specialise or try administration? by

    Q. Having recently graduated with a degree in HR, can you please advise if it would be a better career step to start my HR career in a HR administration role or if I should instead consider a specialist HR role as an entry option? What are the pros and cons?

  • How to … reinvigorate your career by

    In an average career span of 40 to 50 years, it is likely that at some stage your job will turn out not as you had wanted and become a source of frustration and dissatisfaction

  • Organisational politics the primary cause of workplace stress by

    Organisational politics has completed its ascent from peripheral issue 10 years ago to today being the principal cause of workplace stress, according to a survey of 490 managers conducted by UK research firm Roffey Park

  • Prospects for UK work by

    Q. I am an HR Manager interested in broadening my experience by working in the UK. What is involved in securing the right to work in the UK and what are the market conditions like at the moment?

  • My brilliant career – Petrina Coventry by

    Vice President Human Resources for GE Commercial Finance Asia Pacific. This role covers thirteen countries and a number of key GE businesses and segments including real estate, capital markets, trade finance, corporate financial services, leasing, fleet and healthcare financial Services

  • How to … conduct a performance review by

    While performance reviews are still used in part to assess what has and hasn’t been achieved over the past 12 months, they are increasingly viewed as an opportunity for employers and staff to plan proactively for the year ahead

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