HR Strategy

  • Times of change by

    A recent Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) report found that effective management of change was branded as the top HR skill for survival. Keeping up with the pace of change has always been an issue for HR in general, but the downturn has accentuated this as business comes under unprecedented pressure to adapt to the global financial crisis

  • Hybrid theory: the future of HR? by

    It is likely that HR leadership roles in the future will look markedly different from those of today. Craig Donaldson speaks with Roger Collins and other HR experts from around the world about this future and how HR can best evolve to the next level

  • Jobs, jobs, jobs by

    The Federal Government’s plan for a maternity leave scheme heralds a new era of support for families. The introduction of 18 weeks paid maternity leave for working mothers was long awaited and has been welcomed by employees and employers alike

  • Keeping hold of your best people by

    Retaining and engaging high performers is especially important for businesses in tough times. Hay Group’s Jane Fraser looks at what organisations can do to retain, engage and enable their best people during these uncertain times

  • All hail the HR leader of the future by

    HR leaders of the future will need to exhibit personal proficiency and excel in a specific number of business domains. In the first of a two-part series, Craig Donaldson speaks with Dave Ulrich and other HR gurus from around the world about what the HR leader of the future will look like

  • Talent management as viable as ever part II by

    In this second part of a three part article, Allan Schweyer looks at the evolution of talent management and its importance for HR

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