- Top secrets of HR planning
Planning is a tricky thing. Oftentimes, it is impossible to simply create and execute a plan because there are too many unknowns and unexpected events.
- Managing the total workforce
Contractors are a part of the federal workforce, but it is unclear whether their deployment is more often strategic or simply convenient, writes Allan Schweyer
- Leading HR in law firms
The cover story for this issue is on Michael Rose, chief executive partner of Allens Arthur Robinson. Rose won the Neller HR Champion (CEO) Award at the recent HR Leadership Awards, which were held in Melbourne towards the end of October
- It’s awards time!
Excitement is bubbling, the nominations are closed, judges have made their decision and the countdown is on to the national HR Leadership Awards 2009
- Helping the CEO love HR
The most effective HR professionals have the support of their CEO. But getting their support is not always easy. David Creelman writes about the importance of shifting the CEO’s attitude
- Office spaces to change their faces
A bland work environment only adds to the boredom of a bland work day. But workspaces of the future, writes office designer Dan Cox, might change all that by providing vital spaces for telepresence, telepods and flexi-desking - surely enough to stimulate any tech savvy workforce