- Guide employees without being the fun police
Lest HR live up to the title of ‘fun police’, the policy approach is not so much about ‘managing humour’ but implementing a sense of fun into the day-to-day.
- Hackers have HR in their sights: Identity theft from resumes
Whereas once hackers targeted CEOs and other C-suite officers, new research has revealed hackers are spreading their attacks to HR departments because of the low security and high return of sensitive information.
- Is your workplace Fairtrade certified?
The amount of tea and coffee consumed in Australian workplaces each year is surely mind boggling – yet as more people come to realise that the vast majority of tea and coffee is sourced from developing economies, there are far reaching consequences to consider.
- Rescinding a job offer: HR’s best practice approach
So you’ve offered the job but now you’re faced with needing to rescind – HC provides you with a how-to guide for navigating this uncomfortable task.
- Ensure employees don’t double-dip on leave entitlements
Ensuring the proper contractual arrangements are in place before an employee heads abroad on a secondment can be like navigating a minefield, and one of the most common pitfalls occurs when errors are made in the fine print of leave entitlements.
- Mentoring: don’t rush into it
Setting clear goals and objectives is essential to the process of putting a mentor in place.