The focus is so often on mitigating the fallout from social media disasters that many organisations have failed to effectively leverage digital platforms for staff engagement and internal communications.
Having moved away from outright bans on social media, an employers’ attitude to social media access at work is now impacting on whether or not a candidate will take a job, according to a recruitment survey.
New research has revealed that recruiters could be ignoring the best candidates for jobs by succumbing to a range of unfair biases and pre-assumptions.
Mark Cassidy outlines how the simple adaptation of risk theory to occupational health can deliver significant improvements in productivity and a reduction in workplace accidents.
Having a successful social media strategy is becoming vitally important for both employers and employees alike. Steve Shepherd provides his tips.
After 10 months, two rounds of submissions, a House of Representatives Standing Committee and a false start, the controversial reforms to the Living Away From Home Allowance (LAFHA) legislation is now awaiting Royal Assent with a commencement date of 1 October 2012.
HRD talks to Renae Harding about the best way to handle sensitive and emotional sexual harassment allegations
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