Profiles

  • Best Employers announced by

    Bain & Company recently won the 2008 Hewitt Best Employers in Australia and New Zealand study. SEEK Limited was named as the runner-up, while FedEx Express New Zealand, Inside Mobile, Medtronic Australasia, NSW Teachers Credit Union, The GPT Group, Vedior Asia Pacific and Westaff were all highly commended

  • My Brilliant Career – Teresa Grove, GE Money Australia & New Zealand by

    Head of Industrial Relations, HR Compliance and Corporate Citizenship, GE Money Australia & New Zealand

  • Experience versus qualifications by

    I came into an HR role with my current organisation about five years ago without any formal qualifications. While this has never been a problem in the past, I am now looking at other roles in HR and I fear this may become an issue.

  • Graduate conference set for Sydney by

    Graduate Careers Australia (GCA) and the National Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services (NAGCAS) will be hosting the conference, Partnering for success: employers, universities and our graduate talent, in Sydney from the 9-12 November 2008

  • Don’t get stuck in a rut by

    I am an experienced HR manager. I have been in the same organisation for the last eight years and although I like the company, I feel myself getting stale in my role and I think I am due for a change.

  • I think Icon, I think Icon by

    The Sydney Opera House is one of the most recognisable buildings in the world, and its HR issues are every bit as familiar to those in the trade. Sarah O’Carroll speaks to CEO Richard Evans, and director for people and culture, Rick Browning, about the joys and challenges of managing a complex, world-leading performing arts centre.

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