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National HR Summit 2012
Gareth Bennett of R&R Consulting took home the prestigious Lifetime Achievement award at last year’s Australian HR Awards. We caught up with Gareth to find out why he’s glad HR are finally getting the recognition it deserves.
Rose Clements from Microsoft took home the prestigious HR Director of the Year title at last year’s Australian HR Awards. We caught up with Rose to find out why she thinks getting a seat at the table is no longer relevant.
In the absence of offering the big bucks, L&D opportunities are worth their weight in gold. In this week’s HCTV we speak to Kate Bergin of Hilton about how this global company believes in the benefits of focusing its energy on individual development.
The future of HR and recruitment must involve better conversations around how HR and recruiters can work together to achieve the best possible talent outcomes.
This week on HCTV we talk to Ciaran Foley of Frazer Jones for his insights.
As many organisations experience high turnover and low productivity, what can be done at a HR level? In this week's HCTV we speak to Bruce Anderson of Lee Hecht Harrison and Adrianna Loveday of Randstad about the tangible financial benefits of building trust within your organisation.
A common dilemma HR professionals and employers face is the concern that performance management will be interpreted as bullying – how can HR safeguard against bullying claims, and satisfy the business necessity to deliver performance feedback?
HCTV speaks to legal expert Joydeep Hor from People + Culture Strategies, and organisational psychologist Adrianna Loveday from Randstad.
The National HR Summit celebrated eleven years in 2013. Catch the highlights of the premier HR event, attended by over 900 human resource industry professionals at the iconic Luna Park in Sydney.
Recruitment is no longer considered by HR as a war for talent. The key to attracting good people is to make your workplace attractive to potential employees. We speak to Joanne Nugent of Parsons Brinckerhoff, Catherine Walsh of Australia Post and Joanna Price of Adshel for their thoughts on the hiring process.
HR has earned its seat at the executive table, but the challenge now is to remain influential at the top level. We speak to David Adamson of PeopleStreme and Joanne Nugent of Parsons Brinkerhoff for their thoughts on what CEOs want from their HR directors.
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