- KFC pledges 1,000 jobs across Australia
The fast food giant has promised to recruit a host of first time jobseekers in stores across the country
- How does global food giant KFC stay agile?
At the National HR Summit in Sydney, HCTV sat down with Tony Lowings, managing director of KFC Australia & New Zealand, to discuss the challenges of connecting with a youthful workforce, utilising reverse mentoring, and the importance of consistent global branding in a VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex, ambiguous) world.
- National HR Summit 2016 highlights
The 14th annual National HR Summit was another resounding success as HR professionals from all industry sectors gathered at Sydney’s iconic Luna Park for Australia’s number-one independent HR event. Keynote speakers at this year’s event included Mamamia co-founder Mia Freedman, Emergent CEO Holly Ransom, KFC Managing Director Tony Lowings and Aussie explorer duo Cas and Jonesy.
- National HR Summit: Day One
All the highlights from the first day. The National HR Summit is back tomorrow for the second and final day.
- Exclusive: KFC’s recipe for retention success
KFC’s chief people officer explains how the company tackles the challenge of retaining staff who are mostly young casual workers.
- HRD issue 13.09
KFC may have made its name with 11 secret herbs and spices, but the key to its HR success is more transparent. With one of the world’s largest contingent workforces, Miklos Bolza talks to the company’s chief people officer for SOPAC about L&D within this challenging environment