According to the Workplace Gender Equality Agency, the gender pay gap sits at a whopping 24% – but Aussie businesses are beginning to take action.
HC chats to a CEO who claims that the polarised worlds of sport and business can learn from one another. His claim hasn’t gone unnoticed – KPMG recently acquired his company.
The self-made billionaire has announced plans that could signal a shift in attitudes when it comes to parental time off.
A Toronto-based web-design business has made news for all the wrong reasons thanks to a major HR faux-pas.
Claims have emerged that the fast food giant’s franchises are paying their delivery drivers as little as $12 an hour by deliberately not engaging them as permanent, full-time workers.
Forming bonds with your workers is important but could deeper relationships end in disaster? HC asked an expert.
Joanna Bryant outlines the key points she took home from this year's HR Summit in Perth.
We’ve been hearing a lot from the government lately about innovation and disruption. But to succeed in this brave new world, companies first need to address what’s really happening behind the closed doors in their own offices, writes Tanya Perry-Iranzadi.
While there’s no doubt performance management methodologies and processes need to be refreshed – and in some cases jettisoned – what’s going to replace them, and is the technology up to the task?