Tags: People management

OgilvyOne dnx launches Investors in People 2015 Framework

OgilvyOne dnx, a UK B2B customer engagement agency, has created a series of ads for Investors in People (IIP), in association with the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES). Investors in People is a management Framework for high performance through people and is recognised around the world as a mark of excellence. The sixth generation…

Organisations ‘lack creativity’ in approach to people development

Less than half of senior managers in UK and Ireland blue chip organisations are confident of retaining the high value individuals who are critical to their success. And only 55% believe they are effective at retaining their future senior leaders. This is despite the fact that most organisations invest in development programmes for key people…

The BBC continues to feed its culture of nepotism as it looks inward yet again to guide the corporation out of its current crisis. Isn’t it time they considered taking on an experienced interim senior executive to bring in fresh management experience and expertise to take the organisation forward? In light of the Newsnight and…

Share ownership no substitute for employment rights and good people management

In response to proposals announced by George Osborne yesterday, which would allow new ‘owner-employees’ to exchange some of their UK employment rights for rights of ownership in the form of shares in the business they work for, the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) is urging business and Government to look again at the…

Public services need HR to ensure quality of delivery

Continued progress on transforming public services in Ireland and reducing public spending will depend on a further step-change in people and HR management capability, to deliver higher-quality and lower-cost front line services. This is one of the central messages from a new report by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development in Ireland, which is…

Comensura and North East Procurement Organisation (NEPO) Extend Contract to April 2014

Comensura, the specialists in organisational efficiency through the managed supply of people, announced today that it has agreed an extension of its collaborative temporary workforce framework contract with NEPO for a further two years. The extension consolidates the partnership between Comensura and NEPO which has been in place since early 2009. NEPO represents the 12…