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  • Divide and conquer by HRD

    Segmenting your corporate communications is a way to get the right message to the right person, says one HR expert

  • Team building in disguise by HRD

    Forget bowling or laser tag for your next team-building event and discover why you should lock your staff in a room instead

  • 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

  • Too busy to lead: The diary of a well-intentioned manager by Iain Hopkins

    Graham Winter presents the true story of Alex, a manager in a medium- to large-sized Australian company, struggling to make the transition from ‘manager’ to ‘leader’manager transitions

  • Shades of performance by Iain Hopkins

    Every company aspires to be high performance. Is this a realistic objective? Human Capital talks to Dave Jackson, executive director, Solterbeck, about navigating the performance process for optimum results

  • Cards on the table by Iain Hopkins

    HR is frequently asked to fix performance issues by providing training, when systemic, deeper issues are at play. Iain Hopkins looks at some root causes of poor performance, and what can be done to improve the situation

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