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  • Opinion: HR on the edge of a cliff by Contributor

    Sylvia Vorhauser-Smith outlines how HR will be at the heart of business disruption – but it must first reinvent itself

  • Perks verses purpose by Contributor

    Research consistently proves that corporate giving enhances employee engagement

  • New recipes for self-sourcing by

    When competition for talent is fierce and quality candidates are not knocking down your door, what can be done? Teresa Russell talks with two organisations that have used innovative low- and hi-tech sourcing strategies to solve their recruitment woes

  • No train no gain by

    The skill of the trainer can make or break almost every L&D initiative.Teresa Russell talks with one organisation whose training helped topple John Howard’s government and another whose training has improved the lives of a million elderly and disabled people

  • Keeping employees for being responsible by

    The Federal Government has signalled a clear commitment to environmental change with the release of its emissions trading green paper. As noted in our lead story, the proposed Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme is perhaps the most significant economic and social reform the country has seen in 25 years

  • HR strategy: How HR can make a difference by

    HR is under increasing pressure to prove its worth to the organisation. So how can it ensure its supporting role really makes a difference? Ross Bentley reports

  • Master the tricks of analytics by

    The subject of analytics is often discussed but rarely executed well, even in the most well-established talent management functions. John Sullivan and Master Burnett report

  • Reducing stress in the workplace by

    Although many organisations today are putting staff under pressure to improve the bottom line, they also have an eye on employee retention in this tight labour market. Teresa Russell looks at how organisations focus on corporate wellness to reduce stress in the workplace

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