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
Contrary to popular belief and even previous studies, researchers have discovered women may actually outperform in areas traditionally considered to be the domain of men.
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.
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?
There is only one week left to claim the supersaver discount rate on registrations for the upcoming HR Summit events in Perth and Melbourne.
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.
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.
Looking beyond potential threat and towards potential opportunity is where leaders can exert significant influence
A recent court case has highlighted the importance of preventing corporate data theft. What role can HR play?
Employees with mental health issues may require short term adjustments to accommodate their condition