Prime Minister Tony Abbott suggested at a conference last week that employers should be able to employ certain individuals without pay in a new take on unpaid work experience.
It takes a great deal of political skill to navigate the complex power hierarchies of an organisation – here are six political attributes that could come in handy for HR leaders.
Two experts have flagged up concerns that many – both workers and employers – have about the rise of technology. Here are the questions you need to be asking before they enter your workplace.
Getting your employees to be brutally honest isn’t always easy but it will help your organisation grow in the long run. Here’s how to do it.
Reports have emerged that bullying is rife in hospitals where teaching occurs – but medical residents are afraid that reporting their seniors’ inappropriate conduct could jeopardise their careers.
The journalist who was sacked by SBS after tweeting political comments about Anzac soldiers is reported to be taking his case to the Fair Work Commission.
HR guru Dave Ulrich reflects on why some people still hate HR and provides some suggestions on how to promote positive views of the best profession in the world.
Look around your office. How many desks sit empty? With telework taking off, studies have shown that, on occasion, just 50% of desks are ever occupied. Beyond having flashy corporate HQs, it might be time to focus on making the space support the business and the people working within it, as Iain Hopkins discovers
Following several high profile workplace tragedies over the last couple of years, many business are now taking employee fatigue more seriously. Are your employees really ‘fit for work’?