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  • Talent management to change as economy picks up by

    Employers in the US are planning to reshape their talent programs as the economy shifts out of the recessionary period, according to global management consultancy Mercer.

  • Juggling career transition and development by

    While career transition has been a focus for companies through the global financial crisis, business leaders need to look more seriously at career development options for talented performers. HR Leader looks at some of the latest issues and examines what HR professionals can do to assist

  • Getting up to speed at Telstra by

    Effective inductions and onboarding play a vital role in improving the efficiency, effectiveness, productivity and engagement of new employees. HR Leader looks at how Telstra goes about onboarding and details some of the associated benefits

  • HR wants compulsory training for line managers by

    HR professionals are so concerned about line managers’ ability to supervise staff, they believe management training should be compulsory.

  • Putting learning through the mixer by

    Blended learning has evolved in recent years to become a dominant method of delivering learning. HR Leader looks at some of the latest trends in blended learning and how to get the mix right

  • HR managers should base leadership on trust by

    HR managers and managers-to-be take note: Australian employees rate having a trustworthy manager as being twice as desirable as one who delivers good financial results.

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