Monthly Archives: June 2011

The Men (and Women) from the Ministry

I know that you are all struggling hard to contain your excitement, but it’s now only two days until the Bribery Act (2010) takes full effect.  Savvy companies – and those, like BAe who have already had their fingers burned – … Continue reading

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Are you Experienced?

I am showing my age here, by using the title of a Jimi Hendrix album as the heading for a post…. ExpertHR have published the results of some research, confirming something that most people already knew – namely that a … Continue reading

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Decision-making – Should I comment? I can’t decide….

A recent survey by the CMI asserts that 75% of workers are obliged to make decisions that they don’t feel qualified to make.  “So why don’t they ask their boss about it”? I hear you ask.  Well – the same … Continue reading

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A level playing field?

Sorry about the sporting analogy, but as it’s raining heavily at the moment, I immediately thought of cricket. I spoke at a seminar at the Publishers’ Association recently, on the subject of the new Bribery Act.  As always with Publishers, there … Continue reading

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Hello, Good Evening and Welcome

This is the first posting in an occasional blog, commenting on developments and initiatives in the HR and Anti-Bribery fields. Bribery and Corruption is a particularly hot topic at the moment, with the imminent arrival of the UK Bribery Act … Continue reading

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