- HR plans revised in downturn
DESPITE SHARE price declines, most companies in Asia are currently planning a modest scaling back of their rewards programs and other workforce investments for 2009
- Physical inactivity costs billions
PHYSICAL INACTIVITY is costing the Australian economy $13.8 billion a year, recent research has found
- Age not considered in employee rewards
ONLY TWELVE per cent of employers believe generational differences is a significant issue when it comes to designing and implementing total rewards programs.
- Sexual harassment worst at executive level
THE WORST perpetrators of sexual discrimination are often likely to be at executive or management level.
- Companies rethink strategy
Executives – unhappy with strategic planning processes they feel have become ossified and bureaucratic – are reinventing how they develop strategies, according to a recent report
- Public sector struggles on staff front
THE PUBLIC sector is struggling to provide the same remuneration and career progression as other organisations, making it increasingly difficult to compete for staff