e-biz in brief

first_imge-biz in briefOn 10 Apr 2001 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. This week’s e-biz news in briefUnusual ways of saying‘thank you’HR managers lookingfor more unusual ways to reward staff can choose from a new set of experiencesthat can soon be bought online from Virgin Incentives. They include a packagecalled The Boardroom, which entails seminars with leading business figures. Thefull range of experiences span adrenaline-pumping air-, water- and motorsportsto the rather more civilised lunch at Raymond Blanc’s Le Manoir Aux Quat’Saisons. And if your sales team has bust every target this year, how aboutrewarding them with a week for 26 people on Richard Branson’s private island,Necker, at £275,000?   www.virginincentives.co.ukAdvice on moving onjust a click awayGuardian Media Group’semployment site workthing.com has signed content exchange and marketing dealswith online HR site OneClickHR.com and recruitment site I-Resign.com. Thelatter offers advice to people considering resignation. Workthing will featuregeneral HR content from OneClickHR on its site, as well as tools such aspayroll processing. The I-Resign deal sees workthing embedding its job searchengine into I-Resign’s home page.www.I-resign.com    www.Oneclickhr.com    www.workthing.comSingle path tomanagement learningFinancial trainingcompany Time2Learn is using Pathlore’s Learning Management System (LMS) toplan, deliver and manage its training courses via a single portal. “Weneeded a sophisticated system that enabled us to record and track users throughthe learning process and then assess their performance in e-learning as well astraditional classroom courses,” says CEO John Newlands.   www.pathlore.comScottish site switchese-recruiterScotland On Line isreplacing its established Recruitment.Scotland.net with enhanced onlinerecruitment service Scottishappointments.com. The service gives employersgreater management control over vacancies, allowing them to receiveapplications and search a database of CVs to find active jobseekers.Scottishappointments focuses purely on the Scottish market and serves smallbusinesses up to blue-chip clients. It claims it will attract over 20,000 newusers every month. ScotlandOnline.com receives more than 420,000 users amonth.   www.scotlandonline.com    www.scottishappointments.com Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Articlelast_img

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