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  • 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.

  • Inside SAP’s ‘Autism at Work’ program by Nicola Middlemiss

    HC speaks to the chief diversity and inclusion officer at SAP, who launched the company’s highly successful Autism at Work program in Australia yesterday.

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