Features

  • On the front foot with payroll compliance by HRD

    Payroll mistakes can be costly, yet there are proactive steps HR can take to ensure their organisation remains compliant – and technology can provide a helping hand

  • Making psychometric assessment work for you by HRD

    Psychometric assessment has proven itself time and again over the last 100 years, but industry pioneer Scott Ruhfus says organisations will need to rediscover how to make it work effectively in a new, tech-driven age

  • Cards on the table by Iain Hopkins

    HR is frequently asked to fix performance issues by providing training, when systemic, deeper issues are at play. Iain Hopkins looks at some root causes of poor performance, and what can be done to improve the situation

  • A new approach to high performance workplaces by External

    David Hawkins reveals how one predictive indicator of a company’s wellbeing - and one that is rarely measured - is the strength of its relationships.

  • Think like a lawyer by External

    How can HR professionals minimise the risk of litigation when it comes to complex business changes such as M&As, restructures and downsizing? Rebecca Mason presents six key tips.

  • HR technology in the new workplace by External

    Richard Watson outlines how technology can improve business outcomes in a time-poor and rapidly changing world.

  • Risk theory and its impact on occupational health by External

    Mark Cassidy outlines how the simple adaptation of risk theory to occupational health can deliver significant improvements in productivity and a reduction in workplace accidents.

  • HR & IT: Best friends forever? by External

    A common misconception is that it’s up to the IT department to impose restrictions on access to social media at work. Pat Devlin outlines where and how HR should be involved.

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