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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

  • Surviving company politics by

    Jeff Pfeffer, a professor of organisational behaviour at Stanford University, said: “Rather than striving for a company without politics, which isn’t going to happen, I advise managers to learn how to manage power better.”

  • Healthy means wealthy and wise by

    Health and fitness programs are gaining in popularity in many corporate circles. But proving their ROI is still a challenge for HR professionals. Sarah O’Carroll speaks to Sinclair Knight Merz’s Carrie Luzar about the benefits of a healthy workforce

  • Rethinking talent management in an economic downturn by

    Given the centrality of talent to organisational success, it is difficult to imagine a more pressing business imperative. Yet, short-termism deflects management attention from longer-term issues such as talent sourcing and development, writes Dianne Jacobs

  • 10 ways to transform your HR services by

    The route to e-enabled HR is rarely smooth. HR transformation expert Paul McLintic offers 10 tips for HR transformation

  • Hitting pay dirt by

    Technological developments in payroll administration and processing can have a dramatic impact on the role that HR plays in an organisation. Teresa Russell looks at organisations that have freed themselves from the shackles of old, unstable payroll systems

  • Broadening the value of your MBA by

    All MBA students should graduate with the basic skills and tools necessary for problem solving in the business environment. Most expect to further their careers as a result of their study. Teresa Russell talks with HR professionals about the value of their MBA studies

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