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  • Weighing up the value of human capital by

    Measuring the exact return on people-related investments is an issue often avoided by CFOs and HR directors alike. But an increasing number of investors and employees are turning to human capital reports to assess organisations, writes Sarah O’ Carroll

  • Employee surveys: it’s all in the follow-through by

    Online surveys solve the problems of cost, timeliness, anonymity, data collection and analysis – the biggest issues in employee surveys. Today’s major issue is follow-through. Teresa Russell talks with two companies that have effectively leveraged employee survey data to create positive business results

  • Making HRIS deliver for your business by

    Few HR professionals would want to carry out their day-to-day tasks without a decent HRIS system, but how can you move from basic functions to getting maximum return on your technology investment? Angus Kidman looks at how to reap the most benefits from a HRIS

  • Line managers key to good HR by

    THE ROLE of line managers is becoming increasingly important in influencing employee engagement in the workplace, according to a recent UK report

  • Painting future work scenarios by

    ORGANISATIONS WILL need to provide scenarios of future business models to help companies anticipate change and address how they will attract, retain and motivate the people they will need in the future

  • Building a Noble culture by

    In just 20 years Noble Group has grown from a small supplier of raw materials to one of the world’s largest global supply chain managers. Noble Group attributes much of this success to a talented workforce and a unique culture. Sarah O’ Carroll speaks with Lelia Konyn, group human resources director for Noble, about the driving forces behind Noble’s success

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