- HR and IT: Should they co-operate, or collaborate?
As technology permeates the workplace, Scott Mason writes that HR and IT need to become allies if organisations are to successfully navigate the changing way we work.
- Employees need top-down policies to resist tech deluge
The mountain of inefficiently handled data received by corporate information systems is silently killing productivity and comes at a cost of $3bn a year, a new report has found.
- Australia's HR function is shifting to the Cloud
Australian businesses are increasingly turning to the cloud to outsource their HR systems, according to a presentation made in Sydney last month by a leading technology provider.
- Inappropriate emails a sackable offence
A New Zealand man was sacked by his employer for keeping so-called “weird stuff” on his computer – and the case has highlighted the limits of acceptable employee conduct.
- Technology Insight: The rise of the tablet
From the bedroom, to the boardroom, to the highest office in government, the tablet is radically changing our relationship with technology and how we consume information. Ari Kopoulos outlines how employers should be making the most of it.
- Mishandling of State Government HR and payroll ‘quite extraordinary’
It’s been a week of stunning admissions – NSW state government auditor-general revealed yesterday in a report that a massive SAP-based project to replace finance, HR, payroll and student administration systems across the public education sector has failed to the tune of millions.