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    Onboarding is about eliminating any early doubts a new hire may have about their employer. HRD looks at onboarding best practice in 2016

  • Maximising talent potential by HRD

    The composition of the workforce is changing. HRD reveals how the demand from employees for more flexible work options is shaping the workforce of tomorrow – and how HR can prepare

  • Life on the edge by Human Capital

    Australia’s top tier law firms are pioneering a new program in the fight against depression and anxiety in the workforce. As Kate Aubusson discovers, HR is in the front line

  • Looking for trouble by External

    Gary Taylor questions the relevance of the sudden urge to check candidate profiles on social media during the reference checking process

  • It's a living thing by External

    Far from being like a machine, the modern business is more akin to a living organism. It is the connections between employees, the cells of the organism, which determine whether it thrives or perishes. Mike Handes outlines why social media forces HR to prioritise this technology shift

  • Turning engagement upside down by Iain Hopkins

    With countless employers failing to get cut-through with traditional notions of what engages employees, Ian Hutchinson, founder of Life by Design, says it’s time for fresh take on engagement

  • Make telework work by Human Capital

    Ninety per cent of work-from-home offices are set up badly, resulting in possible risks to employee health and increases in workers’ comp claims. Kate Aubusson explores how organisations can protect their work-from-home employees and their bottom line

  • Learning to give, not just receive by Human Capital

    What form will corporate volunteering take in 2012? Kate Aubusson explores what one company is doing to help those in need, while also keeping its own staff engaged.

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