- Technology, performance & bottom line results
HR teams across Australia are slowly replacing their manual processes with automated processes, and as a result are reaping the benefits of greater efficiency. Law firm Bartier Perry has used technology from PeopleStreme across several key areas – with the most critical being performance management. HRDTV sat down with Nadine Cooper, HR manager at Bartier Perry, to discuss what the firm has put in place
- Rapid-scale growth: How HR technology helps Prospa flourish
Online small business lender Prospa has a culture that thrives on the fresh opportunities that rapid growth brings. To keep track of the development needs of its employees, the company launched ‘Boost’, a tailored, comprehensive people management platform from PeopleStreme. HCTV sat down with Prospa’s joint CEO Beau Bertoli and operations manager Alison Binskin, to chat about how technology has helped the company with its performance management needs.
- Successfully implementing HR technology
HCTV speaks to Vanessa Porter of Staging Connections, winners of the 2013 HR Award for Best Use of Technology, about how they achieved such success in integrating technology into their HR strategy.
- Lifting the bar: Aiming for organisation-wide high performance
On this week's HCTV we speak to James Bowe and Teresa Fowler of Olympus Australia who believe the definition is simple and something to be aimed for organisation-wide.
- How to win friends and influence people
HR has earned its seat at the executive table, but the challenge now is to remain influential at the top level. We speak to David Adamson of PeopleStreme and Joanne Nugent of Parsons Brinkerhoff for their thoughts on what CEOs want from their HR directors.
- Productive work: Engagement strategies that drive performance
An engaged workforce is a productive one - so what are some of the HR strategies used to ensure staff are happy and motivated? We speak to Thera Storie of Baptcare, Kerrie Field of St Vincents & Mater Health Sydney and Peter Coyne of Crown Melbourne for their thoughts on employee engagement.