- Mature age workers: Added extras at no extra cost!
Why is it that when it comes to employing skilled and experienced staff with added skills, knowledge and experience at no extra cost – so many employers baulk? Ron Browne calls for some positive action to reverse the myths around mature age workers.
- FIFO health woes
If your organisation is engaged in non-residential workforce (NRW) practices, there is little doubt that there are some alarming trends emerging around the health and wellbeing of your workforce. Mark Cassidy outlines what needs to be done.
- Engage and retain the extraordinary personalities working with you
Do you encourage staff to use their own personalities at work? Are they allowed to work in a way that best suits them? Andrew Warren-Nicholls explains the benefits of letting employees be who they are.
- There is hope for our “national shame”
While there is still much to be done to improve employment opportunities for people with disability, there are already brilliant success stories. Anita Le Lay outlines how one company has benefitted from embracing a more diverse hiring strategy.
- There are none so blind as those that will not see says Rupert Murdoch
As Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation empire comes under renewed criticism, Pia Lee outlines why Murdoch has failed not just in terms of corporate governance, but also in terms of guidance, values and vision.
- Identifying the future leaders of your company
Too often, organisations miss the most promising potential leaders because they don’t recognise the right competencies and traits. Ralph Marshall outlines how this can be rectified.