A new study found that the use of smileys and emojis at work is bringing down the workplace
HR professionals are being challenged by the accelerated pace of change and niche technologies that are arising
Personal lives shouldn’t come into hiring decisions, right? Well, when it comes to CEOs that might not be the case, at least theoretically
Organisations are resorting to a whole new repertoire of techniques to find the right hire, but would you consider handwriting analysis or perhaps making a candidate audition in your quest for the perfect fit?
An impassioned debate has exploded in the HR blogosphere after an HR director suggested that CEOs hire young blonde females into HR roles because they ‘lack the experience to challenge’ the CEOs.
A controversial ruling by the European Court of Justice says that women who use a surrogate to have a baby are not entitled to maternity leave.
According to the Hays Quarterly Report, HR managers are starting to look for new roles in the recovering economy and commercially-minded candidates are in high demand.
Diageo Australia’s HR director and finance director will join a stellar lineup of industry heavyweights who will share their knowledge at the HRD Executive Leadership Forum.
HRD talks to Renae Harding about the best way to handle sensitive and emotional sexual harassment allegations
Some ATO workers are complaining that hot-desking is posing health and safety problems
HR needs to take workplace culture much more seriously, according to an Australian academic