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Skills shortage and low salaries making it difficult to recruit managers
Employers are struggling to recruit and retain managers because of a lack of candidates with the right skills and financial pressures on the level of salary they are able to offer, a report has found.
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Compensated no-fault dismissals: the case for and against
In March 2012, the coalition Government issued a call for evidence on making the dismissal process �simpler, quicker and clearer� and introducing �compensated no-fault dismissals� for micro-businesses.
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Measuring the impact of learning: quick-fire links
At the Learning Technologies conference in January 2012, delegates were asked to share their priorities for the year. Alongside aligning learning and development (L&D) activity with the business, one of the major priorities was evaluation.
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The 70:20:10 model for learning: quick-fire links
Enabling informal and social learning in the organisation is becoming increasingly important for learning and development (L&D) professionals.
Employers urged to move on from outdated training methods
Employers are relying on outdated training methods and techniques when developing their staff, according to research published today by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).
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Pensions auto-enrolment: eight things employers must know
Since Christmas 2011, the final pieces of the auto-enrolment legislative jigsaw have fallen into place and employers must now accept that the reforms are going ahead, so let us look at what they will mean for UK plc. 1. How do I find out when I have to ...
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HRD Learning and Development Conference 2012: quick-fire links
The conference was split into four streams: learning and talent development; coaching and organisation development (OD); technology for learning; and leadership development.
Titanic by numbers
At 883ft long, the Titanic weighed more than 46,000 tonnes and was carrying more than 2,200 passengers. More than 1,500 of them died when the vessel struck an iceberg and sank while crossing the Atlantic on its maiden voyage, having set out from ...
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A closer look at employee opinion survey results boosts engagement at Barclays
While results of employee engagement surveys at Barclays UK Retail and Business Banking are positive, a deeper look into the figures found that some concerns were not being addressed by the existing survey.
Is the sun going down on big banker bonuses?
�The finding was that an increased number of people were unhappy with their bonuses,� Geoff Fawcett, Director at Hays Financial Markets tells me.