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  • New generation of employee engagement required in recession by

    Australian companies faced with mounting pressure to cut costs in the face of a recession should consider new ways to enhance employee engagement as a more proactive and less disruptive way to improve organisational performance, according to Hay Group

  • Combat ready workforce key to survival by

    Creating a “combat ready” workforce is the best strategy for survival in the current economic climate, according to a whitepaper released today

  • Recession an opportunity to partner with CEOs by

    HR leaders need to understand their business from the bottom up and how it competes in the marketplace in order to add value for their CEO, according to a US HR expert

  • Culture eats strategy for breakfast by

    The term “HR strategy” is falling out of favour, as people planning becomes integrated with business planning, according to an HR expert in the UK

  • HR to act as moral guardian in tough times by

    Employee welfare is back on the HR agenda alongside the economic downturn, and HR has a role to play in ensuring that organisations, individual managers and staff are held to account for upholding behaviours that go beyond a simple transactional relationship, according to an HR expert in the UK

  • A tweet too far: Employment laws challenged by

    Recent media reports of employers sacking workers due to posts on social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter have revealed that employment laws regarding privacy and unfair dismissal are under new pressure in the internet age.

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