HC gets to the bottom of ways HR professionals can help employees cope with low resilience
New research has found project managers, lawyers and those in support function roles are not the most engaged bunch
Lack of innovation and missing or incomplete global strategies could be two key areas of management weakness that are stifling productivity within Australian organisations.
Mixing alcohol and employees often results in a headache for HR and employers – serving alcohol at work functions can be akin to running a gauntlet because irresponsible service of alcohol can result in a minefield of potential litigation.
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Organisations are seeking HR professionals with talent, experience and a creative flair to drive significant influence on their HR functions in 2012, and they’re willing to pay big dollars for them.
A new study has suggested that whether you're running for office or just working in one, it pays to be a good politician.
Gillard’s victory in today’s leadership spill may have settled one leadership question, but as the calls for an early election grow louder amid all-time polling lows for the Labor government, HR is left to deliberate would happen to industrial relations under an Abbott-led collation government?
The Fair Work Commission has handed down its much anticipated decision on penalty rates as part of the four yearly review of modern awards. Here's what you need to know
The chief executive of Australia Post has resigned after seven years in the job following a pay dispute
Staff at the Australian Taxation Office have rejected a proposal to extend their time at work from 4:51pm to 5pm