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Most people don’t show up to work to purposely do a bad job – so it’s important for managers to understand the root cause of performance issues.
The departure of sensitive information along with a valued employee is a persistent threat to business – how can HR minimise the impact?
Less than half of organisations use objective talent data to drive business decisions, and less than one in five of HR professionals are satisfied with the way their organisation manages talent data, according to new survey results
Companies are being urged to consider the effects of Australia’s ageing workforce on their business, as the ageing process will increasingly come to bear on employees’ injury-related claims.
In this new economy it is critical to know not only how to find the right talent, but how to keep your top performers. Innovative companies think outside the box to develop new attraction and retention strategies that appeal to top talent.
A recent decision of the Federal Court of Australia is important for employers looking for case law around the murky world of law concerning whether an individual is an employee or a contractor.
From 1 July 2013 there will be changes to the Temporary Work (Skilled) (subclass 457) program – are you ready?
In yet another case of social media causing workplace headaches, a US woman has been fired after tweeting comments made a group of men at a computer programming conference.
Alongside ever growing hours spent at work, would you consider, or advise your employees, to take a nap in an empty room? That’s the official word in Canberra.
An HR professional has pleaded guilty to inappropriately using her company credit card and tampering with financial records
Staff at AGL's Loy Yang Power Station have signalled the possibility of industrial action in a move described as 'outdated union ideology'
The Australian Industry Group has said the proposed wording could allow perpetrators to take paid leave