- Rescinding a resignation: where do you stand?
An employee has resigned and you start the replacement process – but what should HR do if the employee then withdraws their resignation?
- Workers with disabilities untapped human resource
People with disabilities are the least likely to be included in untapped workforce strategies by recruiters, despite comprising 20% of the population, and forming the largest section of ‘untapped’ human resources.
- Time to get serious about presenteeism, it’s costing you $34bn
Applauding an employee for never taking a sick day should not be cause for a pat on the back – that worker’s physical presence is the workplace may have come at hefty price.
- Cultivate your own stars instead of pinching others
‘Star’ recruits play an integral role in the talent pipeline – but as the war for talent rages on aided in no small part by the advent of LinkedIn, isn’t it time to cultivate stars from the ground up?
- Hire ‘em, fire ’em: Why your hiring policy needs to be ruthless
Could a super-tough approach to candidates and the hiring process save months of work on performance reviews and eventual terminations further down the litigation-strewn track?
- Should orgs offer chaplaincy services?
In early 2007, the Howard government introduced the National School Chaplaincy program – federal funding for chaplains to work in schools, with the proviso they were not to evangelise or proselytise, but to provide support and guidance to students and staff alike. Now, offering the services of a chaplain to employees is on the rise.