LUMS in the news: recent media coverage

  The Conversation: Heartbleed patched but security time bomb is still ticking 23/04/14

The Conversation: Heartbleed patched but security time bomb is still ticking

The latest website bug has flagged up how our expectations of online security are unrealistic and often built on misconceptions, argues Dr Paul Ralph.

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The Guardian: Is the NHS institutionally racist? 23/04/14

The Guardian: Is the NHS institutionally racist?

This healthcare feature makes reference to Professor Mike West's research into the links between workplace culture and standards of patient care.

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The HR Director: ‘On a road to nothing, anywhere’ 10/04/14

The HR Director: ‘On a road to nothing, anywhere’

In a guest blog post for The HR Director, Dr Anthony Hesketh argues that for companies to compete on service, they require the right people, with the right skills in the right place at the right time.

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HR Magazine: ‘Flexible working: dads want choice’ 02/04/14

HR Magazine: ‘Flexible working: dads want choice’

Professor Caroline Gatrell is quoted in a feature in HR Magazine on flexible working for fathers. “Many fathers are disappointed when trying to access family-friendly working opportunities because these are refused,” says Gatrell.

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The Guardian: Improving UK productivity still below pre-recession level 01/04/14

The Guardian: Improving UK productivity still below pre-recession level

Professor Geraint Johnes, who is also Director of the Work Foundation, is quoted in The Guardian, discussing today’s announcement from the UK’s Office for National Statistics showing a 0.3% productivity rise. 

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HR Magazine: Engagement not a 'silver bullet' for HR, says Cooper 27/03/14

HR Magazine: Engagement not a 'silver bullet' for HR, says Cooper

In an article in HR magazine, Professor Cary Cooper comments on the ORC Global Perspective Survey, which showed that Britain was 18th out of 20 countries surveyed and that all elements of engagement had lower scores than in last year. 

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