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  • How HR caused Toyota to crash by

    Toyota’s current predicament is a result of poorly designed practices and weak execution on the part of the human resource department, writes Dr John Sullivan

  • HR salary survey reveals jobs in demand by

    There may be increased demand for experienced HR professionals specialising in learning and development, recruitment and talent management in 2010, a recruitment firm has suggested.

  • Motivation 2010 – choosing to stay is not just about pay by

    Getting your employees back on side after a gruelling 2009 will be an uphill task. And revamping a weary workforce isn’t just about the money – sometimes a pat on the back yields better results. Sarah O’Carroll reports

  • Job satisfaction lowest level in 22 years by

    Only 45 per cent of Americans are satisfied with their jobs, down from 61 per cent in 1987 when the survey, conducted by The Conference Board, was first conducted.

  • Companies struggle to find true leaders by

    Almost one half of organisations are not effective in finding and developing leaders, which identifies some critical challenges for employers if they are to take advantage of the economic recovery, a recent study has revealed.

  • Change managers are HR’s most wanted by

    Change managers, and learning and development and OH&S professionals have emerged as the three roles in HR that are most in demand.

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