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  • Holding the winning hand by

    When university graduate Benjamin Leopold applied for a job as a network analyst with Oliver Wyman in New York, he didn’t think he would get it

  • Importance of psychological assessments by

    We are reviewing our recruitment and selection process for executives and would like to know how important psychological assessments are. How much weight should be placed on them and how accurate are they in depicting one’s ability?

  • HR jabberwocky by

    Could someone please tell me the difference between “talent management” and “human capital management”? People come into the corporate world talking like normal people and within a month, a week if they’re quick learners, they are bereft of simple English. Conferences, speeches and meetings, are awash with trite terminology, each new phrase more convoluted than the last. And who is more imaginative and colourful than the HR folk.

  • Reduce the stress with ESS by

    Regardless of the reasons an organisation invests in an employee self-service system, the results following implementation are often the same.

  • Train tomorrow’s successors today by

    As the population ages and a large number of baby boomers approach retirement, the development of future leaders has become a hot issue in management and HR circles.

  • Bosses say no to working from home by

    MORE THAN two thirds of UK employers (69 per cent) never or occasionally accept employee requests to work from home.

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