- Keeping a finger on the pulse
Increasingly, Australian organisations are embracing broad-ranging programs to improve employee health and wellbeing. Fiona Marsden looks at how organisations are using health assessments to measure pre-and post-program outcomes
- What we have here is a failure to communicate
The continued strong interest in pay communication issues, coupled with age-old debates concerning pay secrecy and the lack of employee knowledge about their pay, provides the mandate for an innovative study of reward communication practices, perceptions and problems in Australian organisations.
- Welcome to the reality of diversity
Is “diversity” yet another buzzword being bandied about by large organisations trying to attract and recruit top employees? Or are diversity programs becoming a reality within today’s organisations and something which no company can survive without?
- Firms make virtue of the virtual
VIRTUAL TEAMS are becoming an integral part of the corporate world and will soon not just be a luxury but a necessity.
- How Nokia and IBM go about employer branding and winning the war for talent
Organisations with a strong employer brand don’t need to fight for candidates in a tight labour market. Teresa Russell looks at how Nokia and IBM go about employer branding and winning the war for talent
- Draining India’s talent
SOURCING SKILLED workers in India to help alleviate the talent shortage has been a common solution for Australian companies, however many are now realising that India’s talent pool is not limitless, says Vishal Bakshi, head of HR Asia Pacific, HCL Technologies.