Sarah is currently the editor of Your Investment Property.
An accomplished writer, editor and ghost-author with more than a decade experience, Sarah has worked on magazines, websites and private clients in Australia and all around the world. Specializing in business and property writing for the likes of The Collective and Your Investment Property magazine, she has also written parenting and lifestyle stories for Mamamia, The Glow and She Knows Australia and a travel stories for Tourism Australia and About.com.
HR leaders should be encouraging spirited debate and constructive conflict, according to a leading academic.
HC looks beyond the traditional HR ‘engagement’ theory to investigate the science behind happiness at work and the limitations of the effect of HR practices on individual employee engagement. The results could surprise you.
International travel, generous share packages and the opportunity to rub shoulders with the rich and famous is all in a day’s work for some HR professionals.
Abstract strategic thinking could be the missing link for HR executives keen to take their career to the next level. HC investigates.
Would you pay a new employee $2,000 to quit, if you quickly realised they were actually the wrong fit?
HC investigates the role of self knowledge in effective leadership and team management.
New research suggests our country's leaders are lacking one core leadership competency: the ability to inspire and motivate.
If HR is going to add real value to the business, then we need to understand what drives successful salespeople – because they're the ones making money for the company.
Aligning your HR agenda with your organisation’s business strategy is the key to success, according to HR professional Kelly Rafferty.
The ideal time to conduct an exit interview could be much sooner than you’d think.
The Attorney General has announced sweeping changes that will affect the way that HR professionals treat candidates who are pregnant
Sometimes, the kindest thing to do is to tell employees the harsh truth – even if they don’t want to hear it
The Fair Work Commission found there was insufficient evidence to back up the allegations