- RT @MayaDroeschler: 3 ways to find key performance indicators amid all that #HR 'big data' wp.me/p3fGwn-lu via @Ceridian 3 hours ago
- RT @ScillySergeant: Photo: Good stuff just happens on Scilly. There am I sitting on a boat from St Mary’s to Carn Near on... http://t.co/XA… 11 hours ago
- RT @Peston: Are the UK's finances mending fast enough? McKinsey has run the numbers for me bbc.co.uk/news/business-… 11 hours ago
- RT @MariaBoedeker: The ancient theater in Taormina, a must-see site in Sicily http://t.co/A8UABcWv4S 11 hours ago
- RT @primeeconomics: Sharp surge of UK self-employment: Jun/Aug 13 to Dec/Feb 14, of 520,000 increase in employment, 293,000 (56.4%) = s/e. … 11 hours ago
- RT @Cornish_Buddha: Yep, to anyone outside ov Kernow, yet agin us Cornish, apparently, is all mental..... #JamaicaInn #Cornish #blessed 11 hours ago
- RT @AndyThatcherHR: MT@Slate @HarvardBiz are you publishing Alex Ferguson's guide to succession planning? slate.me/1ickYRH http://t.c… 13 hours ago
- Miranda Hart 'to host Generation Game' bbc.in/1eUf64Y For a minute, I thought I'd stumbled across the plot for the next #W1A 13 hours ago
- RT @mark_carrigan: The lionisation of Thomas Piketty is almost as interesting as his book is chronicle.com/article/Capita… has he *actually* won t… 14 hours ago
- Mortgage inquisition will piss off the self employed. Hard enough as it is if your finances are not run of the mill. telegraph.co.uk/finance/person… 1 day ago
- RT @Guardianpublic: Examples of good uses of #bigdata in public services from @alsteve1 @clry2 @_datasmith @tommyh @puntofisso http://t.co… 1 day ago
- RT @StrongerInNos: @Number10gov @CCHQPress @ONS Number of full-time employees still lower than at beginning of 2008. #GetBritainWorking htt… 1 day ago
- Comparative recovery
- The social media pillory
- More freelancers than public employees: Is that really a Good Thing?
- Waiting in vain for the rebound
- Is the state shrinking?
- The working poor and the welfare cap
- Public finances: The picture is largely unchanged
- Is wealth inequality just getting back to normal?
- Bob Crow
- What happens when the pensions run out?
- Work in 2030: Even more precarious than it is now
- The 4G workplace
Monthly Archives: August 2009
I was somewhat surprised to read this when I looked at the NHS productivity website this morning: Unfortunately due to the introduction of the Electronic Staff record (ESR), the Department of Health have been unable to produce the workforce indicators … Continue reading
Outsourcing company Serco shot up the FTSE 100 league table earlier this week after reporting a 31 per-cent rise in revenues and a confident outlook for the next few years. Damian Reece , in the Telegraph, remarked that the FTSE 100 now contains seven … Continue reading
Employee Branding is a concept that has been around for a few years now. For those who have never heard of it, Employee Branding is not about employers stamping logos on their workers with a hot iron, although I often think some … Continue reading
Have you ever worked with a Teflon colleague? I have come across several during my career. A couple of them even had the word in the nicknames by which they were known, as in ‘Teflon James’ or ‘Teflon Andy’. Whatever … Continue reading
The Times reports that Sharon Shoesmith’s legal challenge against the government has been fast-tracked by the High Court. The judicial review, in which Ms Shoesmith will try to prove that Ed Balls exceeded his powers when he removed her, will start on 7th … Continue reading
When American campaigners against President Obama’s health-care reforms attacked his plans by throwing wild accusations against the NHS, it was inevitable that the row would spread to Britain. In the media and the blogosphere, the supporters and opponents of both systems … Continue reading