- The forgotten generation
With all the focus on Baby Boomers and young, upcoming demographics, Shane Duffy talks about the unique challenges facing 'the fogotten generation' - Gen X.
- Key features of successful incentive programs
Regan McCracken provides his tips for creating a fair, equitable, transparent and achievable incentive scheme.
- Exit interviews – A benefit or liability?
With all the effort taken to get the right people hired and up to speed, why do so many organisations drop the ball when it comes to the elements that make them stay? Richard Altman writes that it's time to focus on the future not the past.
- That age-old question of workplace efficiency
With Australia's current focus on productivity high on political and business agendas, Frank Lonergan writes that younger doesn't always mean more productive; it's time to engage properly with mature-age workers.
- Staff morale not an area to scrimp
As economic uncertainty continues to mount, some Australian employers are beginning to reflect on the strategies that worked, and didn’t work, during the GFC – and the word on the street is that a happy worker is a productive worker regardless of the economy.
- A new kind of workplace promiscuity
In the mining, resources and construction sectors, companies need to be wary of the roving eye of their employees, new research has revealed.