Archives for April 8th, 2002

HANDBOOK OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN GOVERNMENT

Book News, PublicNet: 8 April, 2002

By Stephen E. CondreyTraditionally the role of human resource managers has been to respond to problems and situations after-the-fact. In this comprehensive reference, Stephen E. Condrey brings together leading experts in public administration and human resource management to demonstrate how human resource managers can take a more strategic role in their organizations. Handbook of Human Resource Management offers expert advice and insights on crucial issues such as diversity, EEO regulations and other legal issues, compensation, sexual harassment, job analysis, and performance appraisal. The contributors also go beyond the traditional view of human resource management issues, showing that HRM is a strategic management tool encompassing such cutting edge topics as TQM, benchmarking, strategic planning, budgeting, and information technology.

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WHY DOCTORS ARE UNHAPPY

Headlines, PublicNet: 8 April, 2002

A new study conducted by the NHS Confederation has identified increased public expectations, diminished control and increased accountability as part of the key causes of unhappiness in the medical profession.Workload and pay are also highlighted in the report, ‘The problem of unhappy doctors: what are the causes and what can we do?’.

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STAFF THINK TOOL

Headlines, PublicNet: 8 April, 2002

The Improvement and Development Agency (IDeA) and SOCPO have joined with MORI to bring authorities a low cost solution to finding out what staff think.MORI’s work with authorities as part of Best Value has already demonstrated that staff attitudes are a key component in targeting resources, building a more effective work force and increasing staff commitment.

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