HRD talks to Edwina Trenchard-Smith about building a strategic HR-IT alliance
More than product knowledge or anything else, silence is the hardest technique to learn
A US HR executive is no longer facing an assault charge, but her employer still thinks her ‘deceptive’ and ‘bullying’ behaviour warranted firing her.
‘Poisoned workplace’ claims have arisen following the exposure of a federation of trade union effort to spy on its own employees with a secret camera.
A court ruling in the ACT has clarified the definition of an ‘officer’ in the Workplace Health & Safety Act and shed light upon who can be made responsible for WHS breaches
One HR director decided to order her cake and eat it at her own farewell party, and blew $800 in the process.
With the world changing so fast it’s not always easy to predict new trends in employee behaviour, like this one.
A company in California has a $6 million settlement bill to pay, after one of its employees was cooked alive with tons of tuna in an industrial oven.
The shortlist for this year’s awards has just been announced
The Fair Work Commission has concluded that a young employee’s dismissal was harsh, unjust, and unreasonable
HRD looks at how HR can leverage people analytics to make data-driven decisions