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Advocate General Jääskinen, who advises the European Court of Justice, has given an opinion on the issue of obesity being considered a disability. The Advocate General stated that under EU law there is no general principle that forbids employers from …
The Greek Development Ministry has agreed to trial Sunday shop opening times in a number of regions. The affected regions will include the city centres of Athens and Thessaloniki, as well as popular tourist destinations – Rhodes, Mykonos, Kos and …
The Finance Minister of the Netherlands, Eric Wiebe, has proposed a number of measures to simplify the system of employee benefit taxation. Under the proposals, all items such as mobile phones, laptops and tablets may be bought by an employer …
Secretary General, Fedee
Just when I thought that the HR fad for “talent management” was over it reappears in survey after survey about the preoccupations of HR Directors. But the concept of “talent management” is like chewing gum parading as food. It gives self-proclaimed experts a lot to chew over – but has no real substance.
The term talent is truly an empty notion indicating little talent in those who claim to care about it. For it immediately raises questions like “talent for what?”, “talent from what perspective?”, “individual or collective talent?” and … Continue reading
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