HR job hotspots revealed
Recruitment Advisors and HR Generalists top the list of skills in demand as job vacancies rise in many areas, according to the Hays October-December Quarterly Report.
New OH&S laws will impact flexible work arrangements
When the new uniform workplace health and safety (OH&S) laws come into effect on 1 January 2012, employers must be aware of their revised obligations for ensuring safety of workers even when they're off-site.
HC Magazine issue 9.10
Cover story: What are you worth?; Sleeping on the job…and other perks; Praise from above (or a colleague); Eye on the horizon; Australian HR Awards 2011; My brilliant career; Frontline Intelligence.
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
Instep: Glass floor or glass ceiling?
In this month's Instep, Melanie Barrett looks at the gender balance (or imbalance) that exists in most HR teams and looks at the implications for HR professionals and the profession
Profile: A change for the better
Paula Ward has funnelled a passion for environmental sustainability into an impressive HR career in professional services firms. Iain Hopkins reports
Gender wars: Why does inequality still exist?
The position of Australian women executives is declining. Statistics confirm this and Agender in the Boardroom research (EOWA and Egon Zehnder International) exposes the systemic bias against women, revealing a multitude of barriers prevent ...