XpertHR's latest research on Christmas and New Year working arrangements finds that employers will spend an average of £27,000 on celebrations during the 2016/2017 holiday period.
The employer debate about whether or not to police employee appearance in the workplace remains very much alive in 2015, according to XpertHR's research into dress codes.
Our annual learning and development survey examines steps taken by employers to increase the cost effectiveness of training and reveals the impact of these changes.
As the working population ages, occupational health advice can help people to stay in work for longer. Occupational health nurses Christine Long and Elizabeth Griffiths look at the effect of ageing on older nurses.
Our research finds that line manager input can be key to the successful evaluation of learning at an individual level, but this is jeopardised where managers lack commitment.
This latest XpertHR research examines the extent of underperformance and its underlying causes, and identifies the most effective ways to tackle the issue.
XpertHR research finds that measuring the success of training against organisational metrics helps to enhance the perceived value of training.
The latest XpertHR research into employers' plans for Christmas celebrations finds that employees in the public sector will have little to cheer about in 2011.
The latest XpertHR research of employers' plans for Christmas celebrations finds that employment law considerations often take a back seat when employers plan their Christmas and New Year working arrangements.
This 2010 IRS survey on people management development reveals significant gaps in training coverage, and a broad consensus among HR professionals that line manager training should be compulsory.
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