- The neuroscience of change
If there is one thing all HR professionals will face in their career, it is change. While change can be constructive, allowing organisations to learn, progress and grow, many leaders encounter resistance and cynicism when trying to implement it.
- Incentive programs – Mastering the devil in the details
We all know that the sales process must be incentivised. But the question is how can a business do incentives best? Regan McCracken has the answers.
- HR come rain, hail or shine: HR at Suncorp Group
Employees are demanding flexible work options and forward-thinking organisations are complying. Yet the benefits are not all one way, as Naomi White, this month’s profiled HR professional reveals
- Leading through tough times - who cares?
Why have some companies succeeded in growing despite a period of global economic uncertainty? Rich Atkinson outlines the key role that a ‘psychological contract’ between organisation and employee can play – and how such a contract can be built
- Gen Y retention dilemma: HR problem of the decade?
The generation known for being the most tech-savvy is also among the most difficult to retain. As the Baby-Boomers trickle into retirement, securing the leadership pipeline is quickly become one of the most serious HR problems of the decade.
- Job titles may be causing gender hiring bias
Certain job titles may be favouring particular genders and perpetuate unbalanced hiring practices – what’s more, gender bias can inadvertently creep in through the very style of the role description.