This week marks the start of an ADR week in Ghana. An initiative CEDR welcome and encourage. The Ghanaians have set this year’s theme as ‘Court-Connected ADR… The Citizen’s Participation in the Administration of Justice’. The aim of the week is to encourage citizens who are currently waiting to appear in court, to consider the […]
Watching Andy Murray and Roger Federer in the Men’s finals at Wimbledon and the closing ceremony I was amazed. The playing awe inspiring and although I was supporting Murray, Federer (holding the men’s record of 17 Grand Slam titles) was in a class of his own. Throughout the game (as I was not one of […]
By Kylie Barton, CEDR Communications Team Low morale in the workplace is becoming somewhat of a common trend with over half of public sector employees admitting to it. With huge numbers of unemployed, it is almost a paradox that those in work are unsatisfied with their position. The current climate however, means that those in […]
In the U.S., National Hockey League players are under negotiations for a new labour agreement to take them beyond September 15, when the current collective bargaining settlement expires. The original agreement, reached in 2004-2005 between the National Hockey League and the NHL Players’ Association (NHLPA), is now felt to be outdated. It has been indicated […]
The importance of effective employee engagement to help drive your company forth. Edited by Andrew Fiddy, Skills Project Coordinator, CEDR Following a study of more than 3,100 employers worldwide HR consultancy, Aon Hewitt, showed that employee engagement trends improved, increasing from 56 per cent in 2010 to 58 per cent in 2011. The study revealed […]
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