- Get with the flexibility program
Providing flexibility around employee working hours is not a new concept. It has been around in different shapes and forms for many years, and only now is the idea beginning to gain widespread acceptance
- Recruiters block good HR candidates
I do have an issue with the carte blanche inference that Australia is running out of HR managers, as reported in “HR generalists in demand” (issue 132, 10 July 2007, p1)
- The talent forecast: build it or buy it?
Talent management is the process of estimating the human capital needs of an organisation and then going about meeting those needs. Melissa Yen speaks with Peter Cappelli about the big challenge facing talent management – uncertainty and the financial implications of it
- Delivering the basics delivers value
Letters to the editor – delivering the basics delivers value
- Leisure boosts
By the time you read this column, I should be carving up a mountain in New Zealand – or at least brushing snow out of my beanie and off my face, while my seven-year-old son giggles uncontrollably at the gap between his father’s perception of his ability and the reality.
- Has HR really changed? Part two
In the first part to this article (published in issue 131) I cited Keith Hammonds’ feature in Fast Company Magazine entitled: “Why We Hate HR”.