A global financial firm has begun asking employees if they’d like to disclose their sexual orientation but experts warn there could be risks.
Tech firms in India are trying out increasingly eccentric initiatives in a bid to keep married women in the workforce.
Although launched with the best of intentions, too many wellbeing initiatives fail to take off, and don't make a meaningful impact on employee performance. Georgie Drury provides her tips for creating a culture where wellbeing initiatives are more than just a 'nice to have'.
Dick Smith’s approach to managing its 2,500 staff redundancies could set an example for HR.
HR needs to be more in step with other business functions to have a credible voice in the boardroom, a report from one of the world's largest corporate law firms says.
What's the key to a sustainable, engaging wellbeing program? Georgie Drury suggests a personalised approach that utilises the latest technology, is critical to success.
Some ATO workers are complaining that hot-desking is posing health and safety problems
HR needs to take workplace culture much more seriously, according to an Australian academic
Are you inadvertently excluding people with disabilities from your recruitment strategies?