Most employees eat lunch at their desks, but a new article warns that not taking a proper break during the working day comes with high risks.
The lies employees tell to get out of work can be elaborate, but perhaps it is time to dig deeper and look at why an employee may have resorted to such untruths.
Career progression is a chief motivator, but is it is being properly leveraged as a carrot for both recruitment and retention purposes?
Sometimes new hires just don’t work out for a company… Here’s a breakdown of the main signs that a new recruit might not be the right fit.
A bad hire can have disastrous consequences for a company’s reputation and finances, and high quality reference checks are as important as ever.
The use of psychometric testing in recruitment has grown exponentially – but are your screening processes doing the job they were designed to do?
HR can attract a wider range of job candidates by adopting a few basic tips designed to make job advertisements go viral...
Dealing with an employee complaint or grievance is never easy, but a leadership organisation has just released best practice advice on how to do so successfully.
Talent pipelines are in danger from the ongoing problem of unconscious bias – so what can be done about it?
Experts are warning that the personal liability provisions under the Fair Work Act are so broad that HR could be held accountable for breaches of the legislation.
The Fair Work Commission has handed down its much anticipated decision on penalty rates as part of the four yearly review of modern awards. Here's what you need to know
The chief executive of Australia Post has resigned after seven years in the job following a pay dispute
HC talks to one lawyer about the legalities around announcing restructures and redundancies