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  • Calculating the cost of vacancies by

    The loss of key employees may cost you more than you think. John Sullivan examines whether great hires produce more revenue and profit and details strategies for measuring the dollar impact of great recruiting

  • Crunching HR’s numbers is critical by

    IN THE face of a global credit crunch, the need for rigorous human capital analysis is becoming more evident as HR is increasingly placed at the forefront of a company’s financial value, research has found

  • Talent retention key to successful M&A by

    The biggest challenge in merger and acquisition (M&A) deals is not generating synergies or proving the value of the deal, but retaining staff at the acquired company, according to a recent survey by performance improvement consultancy The Forum Corporation

  • HR the ultimate recruiters by

    HR SHOULD use the current war for talent to become dedicated recruiters as opposed to over-complicated theory and policy guardians, a recruitment expert has said

  • Streamlining HR technology by

    Technology impacts all our lives, both personally and professionally. When a major HR technology solution is implemented in an organisation, it usually affects everyone. Teresa Russell talks with two companies about their successful implementation of new e-HR systems

  • HR failing to prioritise global talent management by

    Between July and August, 2007, The Human Capital Institute (HCI) and Vurv Technologies surveyed HR and non-HR practitioners, managers and executives from North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific about their attitudes and experiences related to the role of HR in their organisations

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