HR magazine, in partnership with Sage, has launched 'HR Vision': a series of webcasts and magazine features exploring the key issues of 2011.
The first two debates on HR Vision look at: whether HR has become remote from the line; and how science, technology, engineering and manufacting (STEM) employers can attract the best talent.
Tanith Dodge, HR director of Marks and Spencer, and Jo Hennessy, director of research and international development at Roffey Park Institute, discuss what can be done to ensure that HR and line managemenet work more effectively together.
Adrienne McFarland, HR director of Sage UK & Ireland, and Martin Birchall, managing director of High Fliers, debate the rebalancing of the UK economy and bringing the best talent into STEM-based organisations.
HR Vision will be updated each month with new debates and extra resources, including opinion pieces, whitepapers and case studies.
Please sign up at HR Vision to hear HR experts, including Debbie Meech, HR director at Cable & Wireless; Darren Hockaday, HR director of LOROL; Bob Marsden, HR director at Balfour Beatty Utility Solutions; Paul Sparrow, director of the Centre for Performance-Led HR at Lancaster University Management School and Graham White, HR director at Westminster City Council. They will be debating issues such as HR in an age of austerity, whether social media is a business bubble or business transfomer, the ideas economy, social mobility and talent.
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