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  • Are we on the verge of HR 3.0? by Miklos Bolza

    A leading HR author shares her views on what we can expect in HR's next big evolutionary step

  • HRD issue 14.06 by

    HRD’s annual leadership issue presents interviews with four leading CEOs and insights from thought leaders on building trust as a leader, succession planning, and grooming the next generation of leaders

  • Are office perks actually pointless? by

    Employee benefits are becoming increasingly creative and original but you just can’t beat a classic, says one industry commentator.

  • National HR Summit: Three new workshops added by HCA

    HR professionals now have ten free workshops to choose from at the National HR Summit on 6-7 April.

  • How SAP is tackling a neglected area of D&I by

    Global software firm SAP has set the audacious goal of having 1% of its workforce made up of people on the Autistic Spectrum Disorder by 2020. SAP’s Greg Miller, VP & GM global partner operations, Australia & New Zealand, outlines why the company has concentrated on this oft-overlooked area of diversity & inclusion, and how other organisations might implement something similar.

  • Why SAP's employees are volunteering on Mumbai's construction sites by Nicola Middlemiss

    Inside SAP’s pro-bono initiative: IT experts solve project tasks at Indian NGO.

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