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Running HR as a Business

Julie Sharp of Bank of Ireland discusses mastering challenges in the financial sector and how the bank’s journey to success has depended on its people. By the Editors Julie Sharp,…
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Bite-Sized Learning

Shorter may be better when it comes to executing workforce training. Here’s how. By Christa Elliott Five to 10 seconds—that’s the time it takes for a person to decide to…
HR Outsourcing

Great Scot(land)!

The 2016 HRO Today Forum EMEA heads to Edinburgh: a preview of must-see events. By Christa Elliott What falls out of the Talent Cloud? Get ready to find out! This…
HR Outsourcing

India In The 21st Century

The world’s fastest growing economy offers HR both opportunities and challenges. By Michael Switow Five and a half years ago, as India was undergoing a start-up boom, five human resources…
HR Outsourcing

China’s ‘New Normal’

Does slower growth mean lower wages? By Michael Switow For top talent, the scales may be beginning to tilt in China. Whilst many candidates can still name their price, industry…
HR Outsourcing

Sharing Success

Winners of the HRO Today Forum APAC Awards discuss their greatest achievements. By Belinda Sharr HRO Today recognises the best and brightest HR professionals—we annually honour those who have helped…
HR Outsourcing

Know Your Market

A look at the challenges of global recruitment—and how to ensure the effective management of worldwide workers. By Belinda Sharr Global recruitment can be a challenge, with different regions requiring…
HR Outsourcing

Big Rewards

Organisations are leveraging recognition programmes to drive productivity and results By Russ Banham As the impact of recognition programmes has grown in recent years, so has the framework behind rewarding…
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Editor’s Letter: Recognising Greatness

By Belinda Sharr Everyone likes to be acknowledged for their accomplishments. Studies have showed that recognition improves employees’ morale, retention, Hand engagement. No matter where workers are in the world,…
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