- Legal: The MatthewsFolbigg national workplace survey
How well prepared are employers for the National Employment Standards (NES)? The MatthewsFolbigg national workplace survey reveals where the areas of prime concern lie, writes Fay Calderone
- Finding opportunity in the knocks
There will be challenges as well as opportunities for HR in 2009, writes Roger Collins
- Gender wars: Why does inequality still exist?
The position of Australian women executives is declining. Statistics confirm this and Agender in the Boardroom research (EOWA and Egon Zehnder International) exposes the systemic bias against women, revealing a multitude of barriers prevent women from getting to the top, and once there, they are then undervalued.Dianne Jacobs, founding principal, The Talent Advisors, asks why
- HR: boom or bust?
Has HR missed its opportunity to establish itself as a trusted business partner during the boom? Matt Hewitson writes
- The challenge of walking and chewing gum: becoming a more effective leader
Many organisations become trapped in the status quo long after the quo has lost its status. As such, it is becoming increasingly important to invest time and effort into sustaining the relevance of our organisations, writes Roger Collins
- Managing flexibility down the line
As demand for more flexibility at work increases, HR should work with line managers to improve the work-life balance of employees, writes Megan Nettleton, VP of HR at GE Commercial Finance