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  • Employees addicted to social networking sites by

    MORE THAN half of employees (55 per cent in the U.S. and 52 per cent in the U.K.) are using internet social networks at work.

  • Managers miss talent boat by

    COMPANIES NEED to urgently focus on talent retention as a means of retaining competitive advantage and success in an economic downturn, however, most organisations still struggle when it comes to understanding and managing their talented performers

  • Engaged staff the right stuff by

    Success and continued growth in Novartis is attributable to two HR-driven factors: employee engagement and a warm, collaborative and participative work culture. Sarah O’Carroll speaks to Charlie Hough and Makarand Tare about winning HR strategies at Novartis

  • What is HR’s greatest downfall? by

    Sarah O’Carroll speaks with three executives about what HR needs to do in order to step up to the plate for 2009

  • Public sector struggles on staff front by

    THE PUBLIC sector is struggling to provide the same remuneration and career progression as other organisations, making it increasingly difficult to compete for staff

  • Bright spots for HR jobseekers by

    CANDIDATES WITH strong HR generalist skills have become a hotspot of demand in the economic downturn, while remuneration and benefits professionals are in high demand as employers seek more imaginative salary packages to retain talent

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