- Trimming the ranks in banking and finance
The banking and finance sector is the hardest hit by the current global economic downturn. In this second part of a three-part series, Craig Donaldson speaks with experts who answer questions from HR professionals in banking and finance about the process of handling redundancies and outplacement with sensitivity and professionalism
- Keeping compliance simple
Most companies today are beset by a raft of regulatory and other legislative requirements. Human Resources magazine looks at the role of online compliance training in this process and how it can help companies ensure that employees understand and comply with legal obligations
- Keys to workplace health and wellbeing success
Our business is behind the eight ball when it comes to workplace health and wellbeing. How can we go about getting senior management to financially support a workplace health and wellbeing program, and getting the traction with line managers to make it a success?
- Identifying business value in workforce planning
Upheaval in the global economy has affected businesses all over the world – in all industries. Yours may well be one of them – and you may be wondering if there is something you might have done to be better prepared. Even the very best laid plans may not have averted the workforce turmoil many organisations are facing – but there are companies that are better prepared through strategic workforce planning
- What is HR’s greatest downfall?
Sarah O’Carroll speaks with three executives about what HR needs to do in order to step up to the plate for 2009
- Western wisdom
Unwanted staff departures can dampen the spirit of the festive season. But that’s not the case for some smart West Australian business leaders – despite operating in Australia’s tightest labour market