Features

  • 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

  • HR technology: time for an upgrade? by External

    Investment in HR-related technology and software may be up, but HR leaders still need to build a solid business case to get it over the line

  • Simplifying & streamlining a complex world by External

    Technology can – and does – help HR professionals fi nd success in the boardroom. James Kissell, marketing director at WFS: A WorkForce Software Company, outlines how this can occur through streamlining workforce management processes

  • Recognition for a job well done by External

    Reward and recognition programs are often grouped together, but savvy employers also realise the value that standalone recognition programs can bring to engagement

  • Future planning starts now by External

    Employers play an important role in keeping Australians engaged with their superannuation. HC presents some tips on how to ensure your employees are equipped with the knowledge they need

  • Are your employees financially stressed? by Iain Hopkins

    Research shows that Australians are under enormous financial strain – but what role, if any, do employers play in alleviating that strain?

  • Protecting staff during a company crisis by Contributor

    One Australian company has had to take unexpected action to ensure the safety and wellbeing of its employees. SHAPE Australia, formerly known as ISIS, reveals the inside story behind its transformation.

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