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  • Getting back to basics by Colin Ng

    Sometimes the bells and whistles get in the way of why recognition is so important in the first place. HRD outlines why the fundamentals matter

  • Time to emphasise the science in social science by Contributor

    It's vital that HR practitioners have access to valid and reliable tools on management, teams and organisational culture

  • The psychology behind management skills by Contributor

    Helping managers to understand their own thinking and behaviour, and how these affect their performance, can make a major difference in their development

  • Switching (career) gears by Iain Hopkins

    They say that a change is as good as a holiday – perhaps it’s time to apply that logic to your own career? The answer may be postgraduate study, of which the shining jewel remains the MBA

  • Powering people-centric organisations by External

    HR’s standing in business is on the rise, but it’s vital that it has the tools required to deliver services more effectively

  • Recruiting for the ‘marzipan layer’ by Iain Hopkins

    Smart organisations are increasingly moving away from the traditional reactive approach to their executive hiring to one that is far more strategic

  • Tightening the net by Iain Hopkins

    There are new talent challenges in 2017, including the rise of contingent workers and the increasing globalisation of the workforce. Are you doing everything you can to ensure the people you hire are who they say they are?

  • Moving with the times by Iain Hopkins

    The business world has changed. Has your recognition program kept pace?

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