Profiles

  • Work-life balance beats salary by

    Despite the tight job market, employees are overwhelmingly swayed by work-life balance considerations rather than salary

  • Surviving the age-old talent war by

    As the workforce is challenged by an ageing population and skills shortages, mature age workers become increasingly valuable. Melissa Yen speaks to Errol Peters of Sunstate Cement, examining their innovative and award winning approach to an ageing workforce

  • My next move – balancing experience by

    I’m in a standalone HR role, so am involved with a lot of recruitment, HR admin and some HR officer duties. I have a law degree and a masters in human resource management. I’m job-hunting and the feedback I get after interviews for HR admin roles is that I am overqualified, but when I apply for HR officer roles, they say I lack experience. What should I do?

  • My brilliant career – Deborah Burt by

    My brilliant career – Deborah Burt

  • The law of attraction and retention: Henry Davis York by

    The war for talent is very much alive in the legal industry, with fierce competition for good lawyers at all levels. Craig Donaldson speaks with Deborah Stonley about the keys to Henry Davis York’s unique approach to attraction and retention, and what makes the firm an award-winning employer of choice

  • Breaking in a new culture: the Virgin Blue story by

    Virgin is one of the best known brands on the face of the earth today, with a strong focus on culture, values and pioneering leadership. Virgin Blue’s Brett Godfrey and Bruce Highfield speak with Craig Donaldson about the makings of successful cultures and what it takes for HR to earn the respect of the CEO

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