In some circumstances, HR must cease disciplinary processes and come to a settlement with an employee who has a mental illness
The prevalence of burn out is increasing as the lines between being at work and home are significantly blurred
Last week saw the launch of the first ever Twitter-integrated job ad, allowing candidates to put their name forward for a position without leaving the channel.
Public service bosses have decided that federal employees need to be more closely monitored when it comes to their web browsing activities – is this a bad HR move?
Ron Pettit of Hatch Associates took home the title of HR Manager of the Year at last year’s Australian HR Awards. HC catches up with him to find out more about his HR Awards journey and where HR is heading.
Money didn’t make the list of top reasons employees choose to stay in their jobs, a US survey has found.
Employer groups have expressed concern about a significant drop in the number of people starting apprenticeships – a new report shows commencements of non-trade apprenticeships dropped a staggering 27% in the last quarter
A new ‘Salary Checker’ app has been launched which allows job seekers and employers instantly to compare salaries for a number of professions across 20 different countries.
Looking beyond potential threat and towards potential opportunity is where leaders can exert significant influence
Employees with mental health issues may require short term adjustments to accommodate their condition
HC looks at the conditions which are required to make an employee medical examination compulsory