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    Human Resources magazine’s study of the top ASX-listed companies in Australia has shed light on the business of people management within Australia. In the second of a three-part series, Craig Donaldson looks at trends in the structure of HR functions and examines its influence at board and management levels

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    The effectiveness of HR can be determined by the extent to which its strategies extend to servicing clients. Melissa Yen speaks with Jones Lang LaSalle CEO Christine Bartlett about the skills HR needs to bring to the table

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    When workers are injured on the job, legislation requires employers to have a rehabilitation and return to work program in place. Carole Goldsmith looks at recent developments in the field and speaks with safety and risk managers about such programs

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    An increasing number of organisations are looking at health and wellness initiatives. Carole Goldsmith looks at how a number of organisations are getting their workforce involved in such initiatives

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    Risk identification, management and assessment processes are essential to a safe workplace. Carole Goldsmith speaks with a number of OHS professionals about their strategies for handling and assessing safety risks and hazards

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    A corporate culture can say much about employee health, safety and wellbeing. Carole Goldsmith talks with National Australia Bank (NAB) and IBM, Australia & New Zealand (A&NZ) about cultural transformation and changing the behaviour of employees and managers

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