- Neil Wilks, manager human resources, Cisco Australia New Zealand
Neil Wilks, manager human resources, Cisco Australia New Zealand
- What makes a great place to work?
What percentage of your employees would describe your organisation as a great place to work? Teresa Russell talks with Diageo Australia about its increasing number of engaged and super-engaged employees
- Sage advice on HR experience
I have been a HR professional for 27 years, and until recently with my last organisation for twelve years. My role was made redundant as part of a corporate downsizing and I am finding the job market very daunting in the current environment, particularly to someone with a few grey hairs who hasn’t had to interview for a long time! Any tips?
- Productivity hit by economy and workload concerns
Concerns about the economy and excessive workloads are not only leading to stress in Australian workplaces, but businesses are also suffering from lost productivity, according to international recruitment firm Robert Half.
- HR Leadership Awards nominations open
Nominations are open for the HR Leadership Awards 2009 – the country’s leading event for recognition of people leadership and benchmark HR practice
- Corporate culture: How to maintain a healthy people resource and corporate profile
A hundred years ago, the key resource for business was the capital that bought the raw materials, land, factories and transport needed by businesses to thrive. People, although important to the whole process, made little difference to the productivity delivered by the machines that capital was able to buy. Things have changed, writes Craig McCallum