- HR from the grassroots up
2011 was a tough year for Australian retail sectors – which makes the role of CROSSMARK, a sales and marketing services company in the consumer goods industry – even more important. It’s no surprise the company itself has grown in response to demand. Hilary Lamb talks about HR’s role in this expansion.
- Profile: HR at Colonial First State
With 2,400 employees and more than $90bn under management globally, Colonial First State has grown to be one of Australia’s leading wealth management groups. What role has HR played in this success? Iain Hopkins sits down with the CEO and HRD
- Man of the world
Having lived and worked in South Africa, Australia, and England across sectors including fast moving consumer goods, pharmaceutical, and industrial, this month’s profiled HR professional, Isadore Payne, is embarking on the next phase of his career after a successful run at Kimberly-Clark
- 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’
- My Brilliant Career – Kate McCormack
What is your current role, and how did it come about? My current role is director of people, learning & culture at Mercy Health. I commenced with the organisation as the group HR manager in 2001 and was promoted into the HR director position.