Haircuts, tattoos, the number of earrings an employee can wear – implementing a workplace dress code is considered a reasonable measure, but how far can you go when enforcing it?
Employers who take too long in their recruitment process risk losing their star candidates to other (more speedy) offers.
The ideal time to conduct an exit interview could be much sooner than you’d think.
The challenge for HR is not to carve a path for potential high achievers, but to show them how to create it for themselves.
Steven Bradbury beat extraordinary odds to take home gold at the 2002 Winter Games. So what can HR learn from this Olympic champ?
HR people should be naturally good at managing their own career, but putting your theoretical knowledge into practice isn’t always easy.
The ethical tone of a workplace is set at the most senior level of an organisation and expert commentators warn that HR has a crucial role to play in maintaining honesty and integrity.
Welcoming back former employees can be a good way of filling managerial positions during the tightening of the skills shortage. But only under the right circumstances…
The big-name bank caused controversy after refusing the Human Rights Commission’s recommended remedy for the ‘hurt and suffering’ it caused a job candidate, who failed to disclose an armed robbery conviction.
The HR manager of a high profile company could receive a personal penalty over what a legal expert refers to as ‘a simple mistake’.
The FWC has ruled in favour of an employee who sexually harassed co-workers at a work function saying he was unfairly dismissed. Does this change the rule-book around work-related parties?