e-HR news in brief

first_imge-HR news in briefWho’s installing what… Mercer pilots scheme to capitalise on travel downtimeMercer Human Resource Consulting has completed a successfulpilot of Microsoft-based mobile technology, which allows its workers to betteruse traditional travel downtime. Fifty consultants were issued withWindows-based pocket PCs, which provide access to e-mail and allow them torecord timesheets wherever they are.  www.microsoft.comWBB Minerals opts for Intellect’s Workforce HR solutionCheshire-based WBB Minerals, part of the Belgian multinationalSibelco Group, is implementing Intellect’s Workforce HR and PersonnelManagement software as part of a national strategic initiative to improveproductivity. The system has been installed at the company’s headquarters andwill be deployed throughout regions during 2004.  www.workforcehr.comNew products and services…Round-the-clock summary servicesintroduced by Books24x7ExecSummaries is a new service from Books24x7 (part ofSkillsoft), that offers 140 summaries of the best business books released overthe past four years. Produced by Soundview Executive Book Summaries, thesummaries are accessible online or in downloadable PDF or MP3 file formats, andare paid for via subscription based on the number of users and duration ofcontact.  www.books24x7.com Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos. e-HR news in briefOn 1 Jun 2004 in Personnel Todaylast_img read more