Sylvia Vorhauser-Smith outlines how HR will be at the heart of business disruption – but it must first reinvent itself
Introducing The HR Space, a boutique business established to work with the HR profession to identify and develop skills
Dick Smith’s approach to managing its 2,500 staff redundancies could set an example for HR.
Sacking an employee for breaking safety policies could backfire on employers, warns a leading health and safety lawyer.
Making graduates feel like a valued part of the team is the secret to a great graduate program: law firm
Reinstating a sacked employee to their former role might have everyone feeling a little red-faced, but HR can successfully manage the situation, says legal expert.
Failing to take a 'broad view' on reasonable adjustments can result in discrimination claims and costly court hearings, legal experts say.
Most employees appreciate flexible working arrangements these days - but how many workers would actually reduce their pay for the privilege?
Some ATO workers are complaining that hot-desking is posing health and safety problems
HR needs to take workplace culture much more seriously, according to an Australian academic
Some employees will be greatly disadvantaged by the changes. Here's what employers need to know