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The pull of the public sectorMar 03 2012

Can the public sector really compete for top legal talent? Zoe Lyon speaks to three lawyers who traded in coveted positions at top private p

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Mar 03 2012Rethinking talent management in an economic downturn

Given the centrality of talent to organisational success, it is difficult to imagine a more pressing...

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Mar 03 2012Making work family friendly

More and more companies are investing in on-site crèches, and those who have, have reaped the...

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Mar 03 2012How effective is your training?

A training needs analysis is the rock on which any L&D strategy should be built. However, learni...

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Mar 03 2012Navigating the M&A minefield

It's an unfortunate fact that many employees that survive a merger are not the best qualified or mos...

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Resolving disputes on the jobMar 03 2012

Unresolved workplace disputes and grievances can be very costly. Carole Goldsmith examines the role of conflict resolution in the workplace ...

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What makes talent tick?Mar 03 2012

The many bottom line benefits of employing talented people are well-known, but how well do companies really recognise talent? Craig Donaldso...

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Is the old boys’ club dying?Mar 03 2012

The old boys' club conjures up certain images in one's mind. A stereotypical one might be a cosy clique of well-dressed greying men sitting ...

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Salary packaging made temptingMar 03 2012

In this tight labour market, the war for talent has made organisations try to hold tight to the people they've already got. Although most em...

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Leading the leadersMar 03 2012

Lauren Johnson is a hard working, dedicated marketing professional trapped in the realm of Murphy's law in the workplace - in her two years ...

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