HR issues hampering business success: Global report
A global report has revealed the financial performance and growth prospects of many businesses are being stunted by their failure to make the most of their human capital.
Time to revisit on-site childcare facilities?
The political hot potato of childcare costs has been raised again – but some employers are taking matters into their own hands.
Employers urged to look beyond glossy social media profiles
A new survey has revealed that while recruiters often ask to view Facebook pages and Twitter activity during interviews, the picture they reveal is not necessarily accurate – putting the onus back on employers to delve deeper.
Reality check for exec pay and benefits
It’s expected at the top end of town, but are some of the executive perks on offer – corporate jets, private school fees, medical insurance – really that extravagant?
Leadership falters following redundancies
With large-scale redundancies in a variety of sectors being announced every other day, business consultants are urging employers to consider those employees left behind.
Businesses should reveal disability job numbers: Minister
As Australia applauds the efforts of the Paralympians, Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations, Bill Shorten, has called for renewed efforts from business to improve their diversity strategies.
Time to revisit experiential learning?
A popular fad of the mid-1980s, experiential learning, may be headed for a comeback in the corporate world.
HR gets analytical
HR's analytical tools have come a long way from the haphazard insights gleaned from Excel spreadsheets. A new report has suggested that a new era of advanced workforce reporting will transform the HR function.
Industrial disputes on the rise: ABS
Data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics regarding industrial disputes has shown that for 2011/12 there was a significant increase in disputes and days lost in the labour market – sparking debate on both sides of the political fence.
Rewiring the brain to boost visionary thinking
An alarming 71% of Australian business leaders lack high levels of visionary thinking – yet new research may reveal that neuroscience is the key to unlocking this potential in everyone.