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  • Sending payroll out the door by

    Despite its longstanding central role in many HR departments, payroll functions are increasingly being outsourced as human resources managers seek to focus on value-adding rather than administrative tasks. Angus Kidman identifies key trends in this area and talks to two companies that have moved to the outsourcing model

  • Processing the business of HR by

    It’s easy to outsource many HR business processes. In fact, HR business process outsourcing (BPO) is a booming market. Teresa Russell talks to two companies that have delivered business results and realised significant savings thanks to careful selection and management of providers

  • Get with the flexibility program by

    Providing flexibility around employee working hours is not a new concept. It has been around in different shapes and forms for many years, and only now is the idea beginning to gain widespread acceptance

  • Almost Famous Corporate Campfire by

    Almost Famous Corporate Campfire

  • Ups and downs as a working parent by

    It’s natural for women to worry about the balance of work and family needs – when is the right time to have a baby? Will I miss out on career advancement if I have a child now?

  • Recruiters block good HR candidates by

    I do have an issue with the carte blanche inference that Australia is running out of HR managers, as reported in “HR generalists in demand” (issue 132, 10 July 2007, p1)

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