Sylvia Vorhauser-Smith outlines how HR will be at the heart of business disruption – but it must first reinvent itself
Research consistently proves that corporate giving enhances employee engagement
With countless projects being carried out in business, on large and small scales, Alison Wines looks at how to plan, execute and follow through on a successful project.
The days of giving a set number of written warnings prior to a termination are over – what’s important is allowing a reasonable time frame for employees to work through their issues.
The workplace ombudsman recently found that James Hardie discriminated against a prospective employee when it refused to employ him following the failure of a physical medical assessment.
Having a go at someone or something is the bread and butter of social media – but what happens when it’s said in the company’s name by an unauthorised employee? HR needs to have a contingency plan.
While the IR debate rages on about lifting Australia’s productivity and growth rates, Pia Lee writes that this is more than just a sterile debate about workplace law; rather a call to arms around employee engagement.
There are currently more than 100,000 Australians living in the UK, but according to new survey findings, enticing Aussie professionals to return home may be an easy sell for HR on the hunt for hard-to-find skillsets.
There are a number of options that may be available to an employer to require an employee to attend a medical examination
It is possible to lawfully dismiss an employee who has been absent for a long period. However, careful considerations need to be made
What happens if an employer makes a drafting mistake on an employee's contract, like adding an extra zero to their salary?