Penelope Cottrill, principal practice lead, leadership & learning at Nous Group, outlines the key attributes leaders must have in 2017
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
If you ask most HR managers what their company’s policy is around teleworking, the chances are they’ll tell you that they actively support and implement a teleworking program, writes Katie Fabian.
If you let your brain power diminish as you age, you may end up impacting your quality of life now and into the future. Heidi Alexandra provides some memory booster tips.
How can your organisation learn better and faster? Justine La Roche provides three practical steps for fostering a learning culture.
What's the key to getting HR and other senior leaders on the same page when it comes to organisational surveys? Dr. Neal Knight-Turvey provides some tips.
As many organisations look at redesigning their workplaces and shifting into flexible working approaches like activity-based working and teleworking, a structured change management program can have a big impact on how well employees and teams embrace such changes, as Keti Malkoski reports.
Differences in the cost of living around the world are an eternal issue for International HR, whether it be when sourcing assignees from developing countries, relocating headquarters within a region or expanding into emerging markets. Anna Michielsen takes a closer look.
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
Some employees will be greatly disadvantaged by the changes. Here's what employers need to know