HC Magazine issue 10.1
Cover story: How to think – and act – big; Balancing act; Shake it up; Make telework work; Learning to give, not just receive; Profile: Spotless Group; Frontline Intelligence
The good life is downunder
A new survey has confirmed what locals already know – Australia is a great place to live, and the Asia-Pacific region overall offers an internationally recognised high standard of living.
Australian jobs growth flat, bolstered by Asia
Australian jobs growth is currently sitting at -1%, but the Asia-Pacific region as a whole has experienced jobs growth of 23%, according to the latest jobs index of finance sector jobs.
Employers rely on overseas talent
New research has revealed that more than one third of Australian employers are forced to look abroad to the UK, India and South Africa to fill key positions.
Too much work and not enough money
New survey results have shown employees are increasingly stressed, and regularly lose sleep over their workload and money-related concerns.
Master of disguise: Economic strength masks productivity slump
New research has suggested that Australia’s two-speed economy could be masking a productivity slump rife within small businesses.
Work-life balance policies a recruitment strategy
Financial services has been named as a sector that has been slow to incorporate flexible work options for its employees, according to financial services HR managers a recent roundtable.
Building the perfect leader
From MBAs and Masters to coaching and mentoring, the leadership development options are daunting. Here’s a guide to what you can expect.
SAS – working the good life
From free M&M’s 26 years ago to a world-renowned employee benefits system – SAS has pipped Google as the World’s Best Employer in Fortune magazine. Tom Washington speaks to ANZ managing director Gordon Clubb and HR director Brendan Gregor a ...
Choose your own adventure: HR at Parsons Brinckerhoff
While competitors were slashing their graduate recruitment programs, Parsons Brinckerhoff has pushed forward - and reaped significant benefits as a result. Iain Hopkins profiles Sylvie Vanasse