HRD talks to David Dunne of Salmut, about the importance of active collaboration between HR and IT
What happens if an employer makes a drafting mistake on an employee's contract, like adding an extra zero to their salary?
It looks as though the federal government’s planned reform of workplace laws will be put on hold in favour of spending on the new budget.
The number of job applicants looking to complete online assessments on their smart phones and tablets is on the rise – but could HR be missing out on a potential star employee as a result? HC investigates.
A “happyologist” explains how unconventional job titles affect HR careers and why you should never include a non-standard title on a resume.
Failed hires are more likely to be attributable to inefficient processes than small perks, according to research.
When does unwelcome attention become sexual harassment? It’s not always a clear-cut situation. HC looks at what you need to know about this complicated issue.
As Victoria moves to make construction workers take compulsory random drug tests, HC looks at how to navigate your way through this potential HR minefield.
It is possible to lawfully dismiss an employee who has been absent for a long period. However, careful considerations need to be made
There are a number of options that may be available to an employer to require an employee to attend a medical examination
EQ is a capability leaders can develop and enhance. Here are five ways to do so