Jennifer Pangas outlines what HR needs to do in order to 'lead by design'
The future of HR's work may come down to how it 'leads by design' whereby leaders do not predict the future but instead design it for adaptation, writes Jennifer Pangas
With a month to go before the Australian HR Awards, the event is fully booked.
The number of workers claiming to have been bullied has skyrocketed, with complaints to WorkSafe Victoria more than doubling to 6,000 in the past year.
More jobs were created in the health and aged care sector than the mining industry in the year to May, according to employment figures by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).
A solid portion of Australia’s legal profession will soon retire, but are law firms ready to engage the next generation? Briana Everett reports
HR must be alert to the dangers of mature workers retiring and taking years of knowledge and experience with them, says Alison Monroe, director at SageCo
Employers must ask their staff the right questions in order to bridge the talent intelligence gap, says Lynne Salmon, senior marketing manager at Taleo
Often conduct complained about in the workplace is not actually bullying behaviour
HRD looks at where HR can benefit from technological disruption and innovation
Traditionally focusing on the human side of work, HR leaders could learn a thing or two from economic boffins