- What does your business say about you?
Marcus Moufarrige writes that creating the right impression as an employer is critical to attract and retain talent.
- Tighter scrutiny of web-browsing behaviour
Public service bosses have decided that federal employees need to be more closely monitored when it comes to their web browsing activities – is this a bad HR move?
- Drop in apprentices damaging to business
Employer groups have expressed concern about a significant drop in the number of people starting apprenticeships – a new report shows commencements of non-trade apprenticeships dropped a staggering 27% in the last quarter
- MySuper – It’s coming
What do employers need to do to ensure they remain compliant with looming changes to superannuation, particularly MySuper? Douglas Latto explains what's in store.
- Sleeping on the job –a new innovative work practise?
Once frowned upon as a definite no-no, short naps at work are just now being recognised as providing a vital boost to worker productivity. Christina Sykiotis investigates the benefits.
- Lessons from Coca-Cola: centralise for efficiency
How do you reduce costs and still ensure a consistent and high quality response to human resources issues? If you’re Coca-Cola you move all your HR management to one location and install a hotline.