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- 'Last chance saloon' for national pay deals - MJ Article
- Senior Salary Strategies 'not viable' - MJ Article
- Eyes Wide Open - Article from the PPMA President
- HR Leads the Way in Developing Talent
- Employment Law Update - The Impact of Charging Employment Tribunal Fees
- Employment Law Update - Blowing the whistle — can we avoid the fear factor?
- Alert, alert, Peer into the Future Cohort 2 is on the way!
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A new study is set to explore if behavioural profiling can be used by businesses and the fleet and insurance sectors to identify whether someone is a high driving risk. Driver Safe 2015 is being undertaken by Applied Driving Techniques, the leading provider of fleet compliance and risk management solutions, and will involve more than 20,000 drivers from some of the UK's leading businesses.
Unemployment falls below 2 million for the first time in nearly six years as employment growth shows no signs yet of running out of steam
HR Magazine Almost half (49%) of companies are under pressure to reduce short-term costs on employee health benefits, according to research by Aon Employee Benefits.
HR Magazine A company's ability to produce innovative output is closely linked to the level of collaboration among its employees, according to Thomas Davies, director of Google enterprise in Northern, Eastern & Central Europe .
HR Magazine Bringing in people you wouldn't normally associate with HR roles from other parts of the business is a good way to approach challenges around business analytics in HR, according to Appirio SVP of strategy service Heidi Spirgi.