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    HR executives have indicated that within three years they will be shunning email in favour of a new business communication method. So what is it and why is HR heading towards this tool?

  • Pollution pay for ex-pats working in China by Human Capital

    Would you be willing to work in heavy pollution for more money? Panasonic is offering staff who move to China extra pay as compensation for the polluted air.

  • How to create leaders who make you (HR) look good by Janie Smith

    We know what kind of leadership we want from executives and managers, but how can we achieve it? Julie Harrison, Deloitte partner, human capital, reveals her tips for turning good managers into great leaders.

  • HR recruitment: why you should be using LinkedIn by Juliette Willow

    Revenue growth and sky-high membership statistics are one thing, but here’s what you need to know about how members are actually using LinkedIn

  • Women on boards: how HR can help turn the tide by Janie Smith

    It’s four years since the “if not, why not” disclosure rule was introduced and the number of female board appointments has started to plateau. HC Online looks at what HR can do to help get the ball rolling again.

  • Pregnant photographer awarded $174,000 in discrimination case by Human Capital

    A photographer who was told by her bosses that having a pregnant woman working at the business was “not a good look” has been awarded compensation for discrimination.

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