Archive | November 2009
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This blog is written for H.R. Carnival. Those of you who are not familiar with the carnival, it’s a great concept started by @Beneubanks. The idea is that every few weeks there is a new host who reviews H.R. related blogs on mass and provides a great learning library. I hosted quite a few months […]
All I can say is “Wow”. Thank you for supporting me in the start of the #trulondon enterprise. Before giving my thoughts and recap on the event it’s important to give a big shout out to the track leaders who worked so hard to make the event work. I think you all did a fantastic job […]
In the lead up to The Recruiting Unconference London, master sourcerer Geoff Webb: A.K.A: @RadicalRecruit has set a challenge to test your sourcing skills. This is a great challenge that gives you the opportunity to test your skills at searching the internet in order to locate the track leaders of #trulondon. Watch the video, enjoy […]
Old time baby boomers like me sometimes have difficulty understanding the needs of the next generation. I seem to remember my elders saying roughly the same thing. UK graduate unemployment is currently running at 44% which is alarmingly high. I’m sure this won’t always be the case over the coming months, and despite this figure, […]
My view is that the appraisal system is an essential part of employee development. The problem, like most of the managments ill’s is not in the process but in the delivery. Sadly it’s often done badly and is massively demotivational when it should be the opposite.