October issue of Network

Productive partnerships, launched back in May are now making significant progress, with commercial partners starting to help branches and branch chairs build their networks and activities.

Bevan Brittan tell us about the dangers of online social networking and cases being dealt with by employment tribunals.

Voluntary resignation rates are in decline, but tough economic conditions are still pushing up turnover rates for some organisations, latest XpertHR research reveals.

Beachcroft looks at the continuing row over pensions and addresses some key issues which will help NHS employers to manage the operational risks of industrial action.

Please come and visit us at our stand at the NHS Employers conference in Liverpool on the 15 and 16 November. Where you can meet some of our Award winners at the reception.

Date for your diary the NHS Employers webinar: Industrial action - preparing to minimise the impact  on 21 November 2011. The are still places available, contact Megan Cox on megan@chamberdunn.co.uk or call 0208 334 4500.

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