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    Several of Australia’s largest corporations have turned to an unorthodox technique in attempts to manage workplace stress – could colouring books for adults benefit your employees?

  • In the zone: finding HR’s perfect balance by Chloe Taylor

    Researchers conducted a study to identify what drives HR professionals to reach their full potential – and what forces them in the opposite direction.

  • Fit for work? Not likely... by Iain Hopkins

    Following several high profile workplace tragedies over the last couple of years, many business are now taking employee fatigue more seriously. Are your employees really ‘fit for work’?

  • Employee benefits – Have you got the right strategy? by External

    In Australia, there is still a considerable gap between organisations that do employee benefits effectively and those that offer their employees little beyond salary and superannuation. Russell Flint outlines why strategy alignment is key.

  • Avoiding the Peter Principle, HR’s #1 foe by External

    “Managers rise to their level of incompetence” - so says the Peter Principle. Is there anything employers can do to avoid their employees falling into this deadly trap? Angus Gill suggest there is - and it's not as difficult as you might think.

  • Should unions be banned from exposing undetermined industrial action to the media? by Chloe Taylor

    Qantas has made a submission to the Productivity Commission which could prevent unions from disrupting business operations by speaking out about industrial action before employers are officially notified.

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