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People Case Studies by topic

Devising a communications plan

Research shows that children benefit from eating a healthy breakfast prior to the start of the school day. However, too often children have no...

Getting the message across the importance of good communications

Today´s Inland Revenue The range of work undertaken by the Inland Revenue is broadening. It includes helping people to pay the right amount and receive...

Communicating through the “world game”, for brand and corporate reputation

Football is the 'world game' and Coca-Cola is the brand name of the world's biggest selling soft drink, so it is hardly surprising that the two...

Management styles in the oil and gas industry

OPITO The Oil & Gas Academy is the focal point for skills, learning and workforce development for the oil and gas industry. Its role is...

Driving change through values and culture

The external environment is continually changing, which means that to remain competitive and continue to satisfy both the needs of the market and its...

Developing key skills for a lifetime of opportunity

If you ask your friends about how school or college is helping them to achieve their ambitions, they will probably talk about their performance...

Establishing a diversity initiative

In a rapidly changing business environment decision-takers in large organisations are recognising that, in order for their company to succeed, they need to develop...

Using diversity and inclusion to provide better service

Tesco is the UK’s leading retailer, serving millions of customers every day. It also employs more people than any other company, with over 300,000...

The business benefits of diversity

Differences can come from individual characteristics and life experiences, such as where you went to school or where you live. Being married or in...

The role of an equal opportunities policy

A critical issue in the development of a successful working relationship is whether we believe we are treated differently from someone else, not because...

Overcoming barriers to change

The external environment in which businesses operate is continually changing. Businesses must respond to these changes to remain competitive and continue to meet the...

Trade UNIONS- dealing with change

Is that your view of trade unions? Really? And you don't know of trade unions with more women members than men? So: Where has your...

Creating a new way of working based on trust

In recent years this pattern has changed. We have seen the stripping out of layers of bureaucracy as organisations have become leaner and flatter....

Building a better workplace through motivation

People spend a considerable part of their lives at work, so it is not surprising that they expect to be rewarded and satisfied with...

Motivation within an innovative work environment

Individuals work for many different reasons. Financial rewards are frequently a key factor in influencing why individuals undertake certain jobs. However, money is not...

Motivation within a creative environment

Siemens is the engineering group that is behind many of the products and services people take for granted in their daily lives. The list...

Making the labour market work better

The New Deal Unemployment is one of the worst social evils. It saps the self-confidence and motivation of those it affects directly and has knock-on...

Meeting business needs through workforce planning

Constant change places demands on organisations. To meet these challenges, organisations need to be dynamic and adaptable. They need to have the right people...

Tarmacs functions working together towards its mission statement

Tarmac was formed in 1903 as TarMacadam Syndicate Limited. The original name came from the developer of the modern road construction system John MacAdam....

Organisations and Unions

UNISON Formed in 1993 when three public sector unions joined together, UNISON is the UK's largest union. The merger created a stronger union voice to...

Acas and effective workplaces

As markets become increasingly competitive it is essential that employers and employees have a good working relationship and are pulling in the same direction. The employment...

UNISON and unions’ wider role

UNISON works with both employers and employees to ensure that public service workers receive a fair deal. A big advantage for any worker represented...

Using effective recruitment to retain a competitive advantage

Cummins - a leader in the market for power Operating in B2B markets, Cummins is a leading world-wide designer and manufacturer of high performance diesel...

Using management training to build a better business

The term 'learning organisations' has become widely used in recent years. This is applied to businesses that best adapt and change so that the...

Recruitment and selection in the energy industry

Businesses need to recruit and select the best people. This helps them achieve their aims and objectives. This is particularly relevant in the fast-moving...

Developing people through decision-making

RWE npower is a leading energy company in the UK. It is part of the German-owned RWE, one of Europe's leading utilities. Part of...

Financial management in a retail setting

Marks & Spencer’s leading position in the highly competitive market-place depends on its ability to stay one step ahead of other retailers, both in...

Roles and responsibilities

OPITO is the focal point for skills, learning and workforce development in the oil & gas industry. It aims to deliver the right skills for...