Opinion & Best Practice

  • Skills and behaviours of great leaders by External

    Penelope Cottrill, principal practice lead, leadership & learning at Nous Group, outlines the key attributes leaders must have in 2017

  • Dismissing an employee overseas by External

    With a global workforce, understanding your legal responsibilities as an employer has never been more critical. George Cooper, partner, Melbourne and Asia at Ashurst, outlines which jurisdiction applies  for employers based overseas

  • HR takes the lead: Flexible work arrangements and smart mobile devices by

    Paul MacRae outlines why HR is in the driving seat to facilitate mobile technology in the workplace.

  • How to fully engage staff in 5 easy conversations by

    At best, your employees are bringing their B or C games to work; at worst, their main goal is to keep from getting fired. Kim Seeling-Smith provides some tips to ensure their 'A Game' is brought to work every day.

  • Healthy mind, healthy body by

    Kristina Dalgleish, director of Health@Work, outlines how employers can ensure their executive employees remain fit and healthy.

  • Mixing work with pleasure: the fine line by

    Athena Koelmeyer outlines two recent cases that have underscored the grey area of whether an employer should attempt to intervene and give directions to employees about what they can and cannot do in their “private time”, whilst engaged in work-related travel.

  • How to write the resume to rule them all by Human Capital

    Hoping to climb up that next rung on the career ladder? Certified master resume writer Kylie Chown shares her tips for creating a CV to take you to the next level.

  • The diplomatic leader: How to agree to disagree by Human Capital

    There’s a myth that disagreements are negative and are to be avoided at all costs. Business consultant Alexandra Tselios explains why it's a myth that needs busting.

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