Train workers find a loop-hole in unfair dress-code
Train drivers in Sweden have taken an unconventional approach to getting around dress-code restrictions to battle the heat.
New ways to find talent
An e-commerce website has taken a crowdsourcing approach to attracting and recruiting top talent. Could this be applied to your business?
What’s the secret to happy NFP employees?
The happiness of staff and the retention of HR leaders at NFPs are at opposite ends of the spectrum, according to reports.
Getting serious about gender reporting
Senior corporate and government leaders are refocusing on gender reporting.
Drug-test refusal heard by FWC
Having a clear company policy over drug testing in the workplace is key, as a recent case involving an employee who refused to take one, and was subsequently sacked, shows.
Could teleworking save your company money?
The topic of teleworking may be on the lips of every press outlet recently, but with good reason. Most Australians want to work from home, and are even willing to negotiate pay, a new study shows.
Influence over control: The new employer branding
You might not be able to control your employer brand any more, but you can learn to influence it, experts say.
Weighing up the costs of parental leave schemes
As the election looms ever closer, paid parental leave schemes are put under the spotlight.
What makes an ideal leader?
Australian employees have got a clear idea about what they value in leaders, and it might not be what you think.
HRobots: HR management’s new best friend?
While Blade Runner might still be a little way off, research and development at La Trobe University has resulted in the creation of a series of emotionally-aware robots, and they might be of use to HR.