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Employees working three weeks of overtime, by reading emails at home, finds OnePoll/Good Technology

David Woods, 02 Jul 2012

The average UK worker puts in more than three weeks of overtime a year – just by answering calls and...

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HR Excellence Awards 2012 – Most Innovative Use of Technology: Deutsche Bank

HR Editorial, 26 Jun 2012

Deutsche Bank is a large and complex organisation and the gap between a new recruit receiving a job offer...

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Telefónica Digital rolls out HR technology to attract staff and drive operational agility

David Woods, 22 Jun 2012

Telefónica Digital is implementing a new way of working for its people with the launch of policies,...

Wandsworth Borough Council launches integrated HR, payroll and talent system

David Woods, 20 Apr 2012

Wandsworth Council is replacing its separate HR and payroll IT systems with an integrated solution for...

European postal giant La Poste launches technology to give staff more control over business processes

David Woods, 16 Apr 2012

The French Post Office, La Poste, the second largest European postal operator has streamlined its HR...

Generation Z defies the stereotype it is driving consumerisation of IT at work, finds Computacenter study

David Woods, 16 Apr 2012

More than half of Generation Z (people aged between 16 and 24) do not want an iPhone or tablet device...

UK small businesses look to IT innovation to attract and retain staff in 2012

David Woods, 13 Feb 2012

More than half of UK small businesses say IT is an integral part of their drive for business growth,...

Oracle acquires talent management firm Taleo

David Woods, 10 Feb 2012

Oracle has entered into an agreement to acquire Taleo Corporation a provider of cloud-based talent management...

Maybourne Hotel Group launches online scheduling to help control labour costs

HR Editorial, 30 Jan 2012

Maybourne Hotel Group has launched a new technology platform to manage scheduling for all operational...

Person in the news: Paula Jordan, HRD at McCarthy & Stone

David Woods, 30 Jan 2012

As employers face a continuing period of economic uncertainty, it is those that lift their heads above...

Breath screening tool for employers launched to save £6.4 billion annual cost of workplace hangovers

HR Editorial, 11 Jan 2012

Each day over 140,000 people go into work with a hangover with a cumulative impact of £6.4 billion cost...

KPMG: UK 'lags behind' on social media for business

HR Editorial, 19 Dec 2011

Businesses in the UK, Germany and Canada are lagging behind their peers in the emerging markets when...

Quakers launch HR software system to increase efficiency

David Woods, 19 Dec 2011

Faith based not-for-profit organisation the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) has invested in a...

London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine relaunches HR strategy

HR Editorial, 01 Dec 2011

London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), the UK’s national school of public health, has...

Sportscotland outsources HR services for 50 Scottish governing bodies of sport

HR Editorial, 21 Nov 2011

Sportscotland, the national agency for sport in Scotland has outsourced its HR services and launched...

Rentokil Initial implements cloud technology to manage data of 66,000 staff worldwide

David Woods, 18 Nov 2011

Rentokil Initial, a business service company, has implemented cloud technology for its global HR system...

Church of England rolls out online HR and payroll system for staff and clergy

David Woods, 11 Nov 2011

The Church of England is poised to launch a new HR and payroll system.

Employers increase investment in technology for learning and development, to respond faster to business uncertainty

HR Editorial, 11 Nov 2011

Employers are increasing their investment in learning technologies to help them respond faster to changing...

CIPD Conference: Social media can't be controlled, so embrace it, HRDs urged

David Woods, 10 Nov 2011

Social media is here to stay, Neil Morrison, group HR director at publishing company Random House Group,...

Social media and mobile devices at work more important than salary for generation y, according to Cisco

David Woods, 03 Nov 2011

The desire of younger employees to use social media, mobile devices, and the Internet more freely in...

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