- Trade secrets: Women, become ‘battleaxes’ at work
The Sydney Morning Herald’s front-page story this week questioning the Australian Trade Commission’s actions after one of its senior diplomats, John Finnin, was investigated by police for child sex offences, raised more than a few questions about the commission’s HR & employment policies here at Inhuman Resources.
- Being a social butterfly could kickstart your career
A recent survey has highlighted the importance of up-skilling in order to remain employable and has also revealed networking to be a key priority for many professionals.
- Migration legislation changes imminent
Changes to Australian migration legislation will come into effect on 14 September 2009.
- Diversity@Work Awards 2009
Ticket sales are now open for the 2009 Diversity@Work Awards
- Teleworking on the rise
The number of workers paid by the hour in the US using flexible scheduling benefits such as teleworking is larger than expected, a recent study has revealed
- Limited pay budgets not used effectively
European companies are currently so focused on cutting costs through layoffs, salary and hiring freezes, that they may be setting themselves up for problems in the medium term, according to recent research by Watson Wyatt.