Brands influence us every day – and if this is in a negative way, the consequences for a company’s HR team can be disastrous.
With just 11% of Australian workers describing their managers as ‘inclusive’, some of Australia's biggest corporations are leading the way with their diversity and inclusion strategies.
Forget firewalls – a recent survey suggests employee background screening is the most important preventative measure.
The poultry giant has entered a three-year compliance agreement with the Fair Work Ombudsman after it emerged that contractors were still underpaying employees.
With freelance rates on the rise, it's becoming harder to deny that the composition of the Australian workforce is changing dramatically.
International assignments can be a great way to provide career progression and facilitate trans-border knowledge sharing – but only if they're done right.
The owner of a high-profile soccer club has drawn a controversial but undeniably accurate comparison between the two.
The government has negotiated a deal that will see some of its employees receive a pay rise of up to 13.6%.
The Silicon Valley favourite has become a hot HR topic of late – but what does it actually mean? HC asked an expert.
News of 2,900 job cuts sparked employee riots but the company has backtracked, claiming fewer than 1,000 might have to go.
Often conduct complained about in the workplace is not actually bullying behaviour
HRD looks at where HR can benefit from technological disruption and innovation
The bank is looking to hire 600 technology specialists to drive its technology transformation