- Times of change
A recent Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) report found that effective management of change was branded as the top HR skill for survival. Keeping up with the pace of change has always been an issue for HR in general, but the downturn has accentuated this as business comes under unprecedented pressure to adapt to the global financial crisis
- Benefiting from the Fair Work Act
Q: I am concerned about the impact the new Fair Work Act may have on our business. It is important that we remain flexible and competitive, so where might the potential opportunities lie in these new arrangements?
- Hybrid theory: the future of HR?
It is likely that HR leadership roles in the future will look markedly different from those of today. Craig Donaldson speaks with Roger Collins and other HR experts from around the world about this future and how HR can best evolve to the next level
- Protect your hearing
The most common preventable cause of deafness in this country is noise-induced hearing loss, writes Benson Riddle
- What makes a great place to work?
What percentage of your employees would describe your organisation as a great place to work? Teresa Russell talks with Diageo Australia about its increasing number of engaged and super-engaged employees
- Redundancies: getting the basics right
Due to the current economic downturn and the changing global economy, redundancy has become increasingly common within organisations. Redundancy can affect staff and their families both financially and emotionally. When retrenching staff, how can organisations ease the impact on their employees?