- Developing leaders during tough economic times
How can leaders thrive during a recession? Adam Kreuzer writes that a multidimensional learning approach with strong links between organisational goals and enterprise-wide leadership competencies develops resilient leaders.
- Corporate culture: How to maintain a healthy people resource and corporate profile
A hundred years ago, the key resource for business was the capital that bought the raw materials, land, factories and transport needed by businesses to thrive. People, although important to the whole process, made little difference to the productivity delivered by the machines that capital was able to buy. Things have changed, writes Craig McCallum
- Payroll goes green?
Max Nicholls explores how paperless payrolls and 'green' payslips can help reduce your carbon footprint
- The Holy Grail for HRIS providers
Mike Giuffrida outlines why the public sector is fuelling a race to develop new HR technology and pushing HRIS vendors to develop the Holy Grail for HR professionals
- Frontline leadership: Are you on the level?
If most of the action happens on the frontline, Dan Hammond asks why leaders spend so little time there
- Instep: HR - Not being tipped overboard
There has been significant column space taken up in the general media about the increasing number of Australians being made redundant as organisations respond to the current business environment. Whilst HR has been significantly impacted, as a broad generalisation it would seem to date that HR practitioners are not being released into the supply market in large numbers. Craig Mason explores why this is the case