Features

  • The rise of the resilient graduate by HCA

    Australian organisations must identify and secure 'resilient' graduates to ensure their businesses continue to perform during the current economic downturn, writes Eric Wilson

  • Motivation on a budget by HCA

    Gloom, doom and more gloom. Is it any wonder the motivation of your employees is slipping? Iain Hopkins talks to one HR professional providing cost effective motivation boosters to her employees

  • Breaking the shackles: The pros and cons of telecommuting by HCA

    Cutting back on office rent, maintenance and energy costs; saving on employee transport and parking costs; and helping to save the planet - what organisation could say no? Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop looks at the benefits for those companies already embracing telecommuting and asks why many others have been slow to take the plunge

  • Stemming the flood by HCA

    With candidates again flooding the job market, HR departments are likely to come under siege from a wave of job applications. Human Capital gets the hard word on eRecruitment Software

  • What's in a name? Why your employer brand still matters by

    In times of economic growth, employer branding assumes that all employees are discriminating consumers, to be engaged, won over and retained by employers. Iain Hopkins asks whether the employer brand still has a role in tough times

  • Future gazing: L&D in 2009 and beyond by HCA

    What does the future hold for corporate L&D? Ted Gannan takes a look at emerging trends and predicts a few interesting twists

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