HR Strategy

  • The business perils of HR jargon by

    In the last issue of Human Resources magazine, we featured an interview with Malcolm Jackman, CEO of Coates Hire. Jackman lamented the fact that “People intellectualise HR way, way too much” and that “HR is full of bloody jargon.”

  • Getting HR on board by

    Human Resources magazine’s study of the top ASX-listed companies in Australia has shed light on the business of people management within Australia. In the second of a three-part series, Craig Donaldson looks at trends in the structure of HR functions and examines its influence at board and management levels

  • People as product by

    The effectiveness of HR can be determined by the extent to which its strategies extend to servicing clients. Melissa Yen speaks with Jones Lang LaSalle CEO Christine Bartlett about the skills HR needs to bring to the table

  • The politics of election by

    Election years are always great for editorial. Behind the din of name calling and constant questioning of credibility, a more interesting debate has been going on and it’s of relevance to HR practitioners

  • HR’s burning issues by

    Human Resources magazine’s study of the top ASX-listed companies in Australia has shed light on some of the hot issues for HR professionals. In the first of a three part series, Craig Donaldson looks at some of the major HR challenges for corporate Australia and examines some of the solutions

  • Back to HR basics by

    HR needs to get back to basics in order to be effective. Craig Donaldson speaks with Coates Hire CEO Malcolm Jackman about what it takes in order for HR to be an effective business partner

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