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  • Getting behind big, big data by Contributor

    The HR profession may have been slow to join the big data revolution, but now it’s available, and the insights provided by algorithms and machine learning will transform how decisions are managed and how people are engaged and managed

  • More than sheer grit by HRD

    There is no quick fix for building resilience; the key is to form resilience habits. HRD chats to one leader who is helping organisations to proactively develop resilience from the top down

  • Still the 1940s? Sexism in the workplace by HCA

    Despite strides towards equality, sexism is still alive and well in many workplaces. Some of these stories will make you shake your HR head.

  • HR lessons from Olympian Steven Bradbury by Human Capital

    Steven Bradbury beat extraordinary odds to take home gold at the 2002 Winter Games. So what can HR learn from this Olympic champ?

  • Are you a King Arthur or a Napoleon? by Tammy Buckley

    They’re two admired leaders with vastly different leadership styles, but which one should you be taking lessons from when it comes to conflict management in senior teams? Napoleon or King Arthur?

  • Accuracy over speed: Improving the selection process by HCA

    Time-poor employers may be tempted to make quick hires, however according to one advisory company people selection should be prioritised.

  • Global Traveller by Iain Hopkins

    After working with some of the most innovative global companies, including GE and UBS, Yasu Sato found himself in one of the most ubiquitous rapid-growth companies around: LinkedIn. He talks to Iain Hopkins

  • Australia's Best HR Teams by Iain Hopkins

    What makes for a phenomenal HR team in 2013? Human Capital asks four of last year’s shortlisted ‘best HR team’ leaders from the Australian HR Awards

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