- Safe work method statements
How important are Safe Work Method Statements in managing risk in the workplace, and what should HR professionals know about them?
- Where HR meets technology
A growing emphasis on technology in a highly connected world means that the role of the HR professional is also evolving. In what ways is it changing and what competencies are required from an HR professional to get the most out of HR technology?
- 5 routes to the top – education options for 2010
HR is an ever-changing profession and practitioners need to keep their knowledge current and professional skills sharp. HR Leader looks at five interesting education options for HR professionals to help them keep up with the game in 2010
- Building a seamless talent structure
Q. We recognise the value of integrated talent management but are having some challenges in executing the vision. What guidelines can you suggest to successfully transform this strategy, into a technology-based solution?
- Head for the headland – an executive retreat
HR expert Roger Collins has recently developed his South Coast hideaway into a unique escape for an executive retreat. HR Leader explores the luxurious property set high upon the coastline of Seven Mile Beach.
- Influencing the next era of graduates
As part of our recruitment strategy, we looking to influence secondary and tertiary students in their career choice - what ideas do you have for doing this?