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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

  • 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

  • The numbers game: workforce management by HRD

    HRD discovers how the insights gleaned from time and attendance data are the foundation of efficient and cost-effective workforce management strategies

  • Tying development to strategy by HRD

    Off-the-shelf leadership programs have their place in today’s workplace, but as DLPA’s Karlie Cremin argues, going bespoke can result in more strategically targeted leaders

  • Getting onboarding on track by HRD

    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

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