Driving engagement through recognition
Recognition is a critical driver of employee motivation and productivity – but how can you forge a steady and sustainable recognition program?
10 craziest tweets from J.P. Morgan’s Q&A
As hard as it is to believe, PR people still think “Twitter Q&As” are a great idea no matter the company. J.P. Morgan, you’ve made a horrible mistake.
Office romance gone horribly wrong
At HC, we’ve gotten to know a few HR professionals. One former practitioner shares with us the three craziest cases of office romance going horribly wrong.
Workplace romance: Who’s on top?
Love affairs in the workplace can be troublesome. This is compounded when it happens to be between an employee and their superior.
The bell curve comeback
Viewed nowadays as an archaic methodology, one household name is bringing back bell curve rankings, and employees aren’t too happy.
FWO takes businesses back to school
To combat the rise in complaints over pay, the Fair Work Ombudsman has begun a new initiative to educate organisations about pay compliance.
Should hospitality cut penalty rates?
Debate continues to rage over the proposed cuts to penalty rates for the hospitality industry, with one expert warning it could do more harm than good.
Australian leaders: Fearful and disconnected
Leaders across Australia and NZ are fearful of admitting mistakes and disconnected from their employees’ perceptions, new research has found.
Employer fined thousands for pregnancy discrimination
A Victorian employer who discriminated against a pregnant worker is facing thousands in fines. Why did they do it?
Five Minutes With Jeff Vijungo, Adobe
Software innovator Adobe’s people resources team is 200-strong globally. Of those, 120 fall under the ‘global talent’ umbrella, and the man in charge is Jeff Vijungo, executive VP of worldwide talent. He spends five minutes with Cameron Edm ...