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  • Too nice has a price by

    The best HR managers combine great people skills with the backbone to be tough when necessary. It’s a delicate balance, writes Ken Gunn

  • Defining people priorities in a downturn by

    Despite the seriousness of the economic downturn in the US, talent management challenges still abound for companies, writes Allan Schweyer

  • How can you engage employees in a downturn? by

    As tension and anxiety builds among many employees amidst growing numbers of redundancies, Sarah O’Carroll asks this issue’s executive panel about how to engage the staff you keep in a downturn

  • Redundancy equations don’t add up by

    The lead news story for this issue, Redundancies on the cheap cost dearly, looks at the fallout of redundancies. They are a necessary fact of life for many organisations which are struggling in current economic conditions, and are the quickest way to cut costs out of a business

  • Transforming stress by

    Stress is going through the roof for many organisations and their employees. Craig Donaldson road tests a paradigm-changing solution: HeartMath Australasia’s Transforming Stress workshop

  • How to be part of the executive decision-making team by

    Executive decisions are often made without the input of HR. Paul Donovan examines this process and reveals how HR can ensure it is part of the executive decision-making team

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