- Trust can’t be bought back
If ever the importance of workplace trust was in doubt, the damage done to the Qantas brand during its most recent industrial dispute has solidified its place on the HR radar.
- Frontline Intelligence: Instep - success in regional roles
Adam Wilson provides a how-to guide for HR professionals looking to succeed in regional roles.
- Employee absences decrease
For the first time in 3 years, the rate of employee absence has decreased - workers have taken off an average of half a day less than in previous years.
- Supporting army reservists
To maximise engagement and communicate corporate values, many organisations are considering the benefits of using external activities of staff to expand the skill-sets of their workforce outside traditional modes of workplace learning and development.
- Harness, don’t quash enthusiasm
So called ‘over-enthusiasm’ should not be seen as a problem that requires managing, but as a source of business potential, according to HR consultant Martin Nally.
- Melbourne Cup not a reason to skip work
It’s a public holiday in Victoria, but the fun ends soon after the three minute race for the rest of Australia. Many businesses are imposing strict time limits regarding work stoppage for this year’s Melbourne cup day.