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How to identify and manage talent in times of change – Workshop

HR and OD professionals face ever increasing challenges, not least in the key people areas of Selection, Development, Identifying Talent and Succession Planning.

This highly engaging and informative workshop will address these challenges and you will learn first-hand how YHN incorporated a powerful Predictive Analytics Programme to identify and develop those with the necessary skills and talents to meet the future delivery of the organisation.

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Engagement and Wellbeing at Work

A current case study in the NHS in 2014 Hamish Moore interviews Dame Carol Black

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What effect will zero hour contracts really have?

Zero hour contracts provide a call off arrangement for employers – “we call you if we need you”. The employer has the advantage of access to a pool of labour without the fixed cost of paying a minimum sum without there being work to carry out. The approach in the short run may be easy for the employer, however it implies an employment relationship in the longer run which may be predicated on faulty thinking and may be generally variable.

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Recruiting Now!

DrummondHR are seeking to recruit a high calibre results focused individual to be responsible for our operations in the UK.

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Stress Awareness Week

Top 10 tips for fighting stress Reduce caffeine intake to ease stress – caffeine increases stress hormones therefore making us more stressed! Don’t look to the future and don’t travel into the past!  Live in the moment! Be creative!  Write, cook, draw, knit, be crafty – creativity is the perfect outlet for stress. Share your […]

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Wbi Events Calendar

DrummondHR is holding a well-being event in Durham on October 17th. Gain first hand insight into Wbi research and its value to organisations.

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Business Plus Seminar – 25th September 2012

Business Plus Seminar – 25th September 2012 Marriott Gosforth Park Hotel, Newcastle upon Tyne Hamish Moore, Senior Partner at DrummondHR, is delighted to share the findings of recent predictive research on well-being in the workplace carried out in partnership with Newcastle University’s Industrial Statistical Research Unit. The seminar focuses on predictive well-being at work and […]

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Wellbeing at Work

Wellbeing can be often described as the general state of an individual’s health and the ability for them to cope with life’s demands. In times of change it is important that employers play as supportive a role as possible in creating the most appropriate and helpful environment for individuals at work. Where individuals feel motivated […]

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How to identify and manage talent in times of change – Workshop Friday 18th July 2014

Friday 18th July 2014 | HR and OD professionals face ever increasing challenges in areas of Selection, Development, Identifying Talent and Succession Planning. This workshop will address these challenges. Discover the power of Predictive Analytics | Join the discussion | Network | Best Practice Comparisons

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Try Wbi | Predictive insight into attendance & performance

DrummondHR is offering organisations an opportunity to pilot Wbi. Read further on how you can achieve real measurable results - guaranteed.

Discover how you can use Wbi to measure individual & workforce well-being. Interested? Complete our contact form for information on how you can participate in a pilot Wbi.

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