- Sexual equality: Get serious or face the consequences
A new Bill has been tabled in the House of Representatives which aims to strengthen the compliance and enforcement powers of the Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Agency (EOWA).
- The right person for the right job - not quotas
While there are still global pushes to introduce quotas to ensure female representation at senior levels of business, Sehida Frawley outlines why she believes this is not the answer for Australia.
- First day on the job key to long-term retention
If the first day for a new employee entering your organisation consists of being shown to a desk and handed a 500-page company manual to read, you are sending a clear message you don’t care about keeping them. The induction or orientation process for a new employee, or onboarding in HR terms, is key to ensuring their success and retention in the role.
- Fitness = productivity, so how do you make it happen?
Healthy body, healthy mind is getting scientific backing. How can you encourage your staff to embrace the concept?
- Worker fatigue “epidemic”?
New research from a leading university has suggested that Australian workers, especially parents, are suffering from an “unrecognised epidemic” of fatigue and exhaustion.
- Making a redundancy? Redeployment might be better
Against a shaky economic backdrop, redundancies are never too far from HR’s agenda. But when faced with the need to dissolve a role, HR must ensure the focus is on redeployment and retention wherever possible.