- My Brilliant Career: Kim Garner, FedEx Express Australasia
Globally, FedEx is one of the most recognised companies for HR initiatives. Locally, the situation is no different. Human Capital interviews FedEx Express Australasia managing director, Kim Garner, about his own career and his company’s people offerings
- Scope, scale and reach: HR in the driver’s seat at Spotless
With career experience in complex and often challenging work environments, this month’s profiled HR professional firmly dispels the notion that ‘anyone can do HR’
- Age is just a number
This year’s winner of the Australian Institute of Management (AIM) Young Manager of the Year, Konica Minolta’s Martin Kettels, tells Kate Aubusson why companies should take a second look at the young up-and-comers when it comes to filling leadership roles.
- Airing the pressures of human resources: HR at Sullair Australia
Many industries around the country are facing a skills shortage, but this is particularly acute for companies reliant on sourcing tradespeople. Erika Krenmayr, HR manager with Sullair Australia, discusses strategies the company uses to address this issue.
- My Brilliant Career: Sylvia Burbery, Mars Petcare Australia
From a fun pets-at-work policy through to more serious advice for HR professionals looking to move up the corporate ladder, Human Capital profiles the career of Sylvia Burbery, general manager of Mars Petcare Australia.
- Bed, board and breakfast: HR at Hilton Hotels
This month’s profiled HR professional is using a unique culture awareness initiative to drive customer-centric behaviours, all the while tackling the HR challenges associated with rapid growth.