Jennifer Pangas outlines what HR needs to do in order to 'lead by design'
The future of HR's work may come down to how it 'leads by design' whereby leaders do not predict the future but instead design it for adaptation, writes Jennifer Pangas
Miner BHP is a step towards winning the war on ice use after implementing a new drug testing regime.
As the NSW Ambulance service addresses union concerns regarding worker fatigue, HC speaks to an employment lawyer about the legalities of sleep-deprivation.
Canon Oceania's HR and communications director talks to HC Online about the role of Japanese philosophy in her workplace and her love of all things sparkly.
In a recent bullying decision, the FWC was not satisfied that the test of ‘repeated unreasonable behaviour while at work' had been met.
An American firm made headlines for paying its employees to sleep more, but should Australian companies follow suit?
Australia’s workforce has 8,600 fewer people starting apprenticeships and traineeships this year compared to last year.
Often conduct complained about in the workplace is not actually bullying behaviour
HRD looks at where HR can benefit from technological disruption and innovation
The bank is looking to hire 600 technology specialists to drive its technology transformation