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  • The neuroscience of change by Human Capital

    If there is one thing all HR professionals will face in their career, it is change. While change can be constructive, allowing organisations to learn, progress and grow, many leaders encounter resistance and cynicism when trying to implement it.

  • Gen Y retention dilemma: HR problem of the decade? by Human Capital

    The generation known for being the most tech-savvy is also among the most difficult to retain. As the Baby-Boomers trickle into retirement, securing the leadership pipeline is quickly become one of the most serious HR problems of the decade.

  • Job titles may be causing gender hiring bias by Human Capital

    Certain job titles may be favouring particular genders and perpetuate unbalanced hiring practices – what’s more, gender bias can inadvertently creep in through the very style of the role description.

  • Who is telling resume porkies? Not who you think... by Stephanie Zillman

    In the fight to recruit credible, honest workers HR frequently consults top-line managers – yet according to new survey findings, these are the very demographic most likely to fib themselves.

  • FWA's reputation 'significantly damaged' by Human Capital

    The workplace watchdog has copped a public sledging over its bungled investigation into the embattled Health Services Union – but is the future of Fair Work in jeopardy?

  • When star performers jump ship by Elizabeth Barnard

    Despite the fact that mergers and acquisitions remain a business reality, HR may not quite have cracked the code in retaining key talent during times of sweeping change.

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