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  • Redundancy landscape a new ballgame by

    Employment law experts are issuing a warning to employers considering redundancy layoffs in the wake of new economic uncertainty; you cannot simply ‘rinse and repeat’ old processes.

  • Preference for candidates with deeper voice by Human Capital

    New research has shown that voters consistently choose political candidates with a deeper voice, whether male or female – could the same be true in HR processes such as hiring and promoting?

  • Supersaver ending soon for HR Summit Perth and Melbourne by

    There is only one week left to claim the supersaver discount rate on registrations for the upcoming HR Summit events in Perth and Melbourne.

  • Retention of the forgotten folk: middle managers by HRM

    Despite the key role played by middle management, sky-high attrition rates mean it’s time to take a closer look at engaging talent in this leadership group.

  • Increased traffic fines for offences in company cars by Stephanie Zillman

    The NSW parliament has passed new legislation that will mean harsher penalties for employers caught out for not reporting employees who commit driving offences in company cars.

  • HR in the driver’s seat of cultural direction by Human Capital

    An interesting development in the HR community is the appointment of a ‘director of people and culture’ at News Limited – touted by the Australian CEO to institute a program of cultural change.

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