Stephanie Zillman

Stephanie Zillman Stephanie is an accomplished journalist who has written for a range of leading news websites. 

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  • Stop searching for the purple squirrel

    The hiring formula dictates that HR and hiring managers attempt to find the perfect candidate to fill a vacant role. But according to one HR pro, you’ve got it all wrong.

  • Should HR be more frank about lay-offs?

    At the beginning of most relationships – business or personal – you don't show all your cards at once. But is it time for HR to be more upfront?

  • Your employee's sandwich is a death trap

    Although attitudes towards food safety have improved slightly, the latest survey results show Aussie workers still make little attempt to keep their food at a safe temperature.

  • The hottest HR roles right now

    Tired of your current role? Feeling like you could make more money, but don’t know which HR functions are commanding the dough? Here are the most in-demand HR jobs right now.

  • Workplace stress causes problem drinking

    As 2013 shifts into gear, so too is increased workplace stress and the rise of problem drinking. What can employers do to curb the trend?

  • Have you been blindsided by charisma?

    Charisma is the vital ‘somethin somethin’ that is as vital to leadership – but there are big-payoffs to resisting the charms of your biggest talent.

  • Draft anti-discrimination laws open flood gates of opinion

    The federal government is currently receiving public submissions in response to its draft anti-discrimination laws – and there have been a watershed of doubts and issues raised.

  • Brace for mass sickies this Friday

    The sickie is the antithesis of productivity and the enemy of employers around the country. How are you managing the likelihood of sickies this Australia Day weekend?

  • Rogue cleaner commandeers Swedish train

    A cleaning company in Sweden has been left wondering where they went wrong after one of its staffers commandeered a train and crashed it into a block of flats.

  • Refreshing application letter shakes up Wall Street

    Not a day goes by when bored corporates don’t share an amusing or inflated cover letter – now a simple, to-the-point email has made international headlines for its refreshing and honest simplicity.

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