- 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
- 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
- All hail the HR leader of the future
HR leaders of the future will need to exhibit personal proficiency and excel in a specific number of business domains. In the first of a two-part series, Craig Donaldson speaks with Dave Ulrich and other HR gurus from around the world about what the HR leader of the future will look like
- Talent management as viable as ever part II
In this second part of a three part article, Allan Schweyer looks at the evolution of talent management and its importance for HR
- Short, sharp and to the point
Executive education programs expose groups of managers to targeted academic and practical management education. Teresa Russell discovers why, even in tough times, spending in this area of learning is under no threat at McDonald’s or Melbourne Water.
- What's in a name? Why your employer brand still matters
In times of economic growth, employer branding assumes that all employees are discriminating consumers, to be engaged, won over and retained by employers. Iain Hopkins asks whether the employer brand still has a role in tough times