In a competitive marketplace, organisations often seek more from staff, but walk a fine line attracting the best talent for the right price. When digital and social skills are highly sought after, should organisations pay for the privilege? Roger Christie explores the concept of employee ‘social capital’
For years HR and corporate affairs teams have fought to keep employee social media activities under wraps. In the ongoing war for talent, what would be gained if they stopped? Roger Christie investigates
This month Nick Southcombe tackles a question about how technology can boost employee engagement over the long run.
Poorly performing workers take up more than a quarter of managers’ time. Are poor hiring decisions to blame?
Large-scale implementations of BYOD policies and programs, and the benefits that flow from this, are thin on the ground. Ian Jansen outlines how Dimension Data has progressed on their BYOD journey.
Richard Watson outlines how technology can improve business outcomes in a time-poor and rapidly changing world.
HR managers can benefit greatly from making their programs social, as it can head off problems that often become intractable, such as divisiveness, low morale, and infighting. Nathan Brumby provides his tips.
Peter Forbes outlines the correct questions to ask when building the business case to move from on-premise to hosted HR solutions.
HRD talks to Renae Harding about the best way to handle sensitive and emotional sexual harassment allegations
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