Dexter Tilo

Dexter Tilo

Dexter Tilo is a news writer for the Human Resources Director, where he produces articles about the particular sector to help keep them up to date with significant events.

Dexter has been writing for over three years now in various publications, and also takes an interest in writing about news and current political affairs.

 

LinkedIn

Personal data of Guardian staff breached in cyberattack

Personal data of Guardian staff breached in cyberattack

Data for 140 workers at Australian newspaper includes bank account details, salaries, addresses

'Great regret': 8 in 10 workers regret leaving during great resignation

'Great regret': 8 in 10 workers regret leaving during great resignation

How many employers are willing to rehire them?

Are salary hikes slowing down?

Are salary hikes slowing down?

Advertised salaries in Australia go up 0.3% in December

Are your employees sceptical about CSR initiatives?

Are your employees sceptical about CSR initiatives?

Get them involved to 'feel empowered to make the changes that matter,' says HR leader at Oracle

Are your employees practising hybrid work etiquette?

Are your employees practising hybrid work etiquette?

HP partners with Debrett's to offer 10 tips on maintaining professional standards while working from home

'Problematic' multi-employer bargaining provisions in spotlight

'Problematic' multi-employer bargaining provisions in spotlight

Ai Group warns against 'set-and-forget approach' for second wave of workplace reforms

It's not just when hiring – HR 'ghosted' with exit interviews

It's not just when hiring – HR 'ghosted' with exit interviews

Findings indicate 'HR departments aren't taking offboarding as seriously as they should'

New rules take effect for 10-day family and domestic violence leave

New rules take effect for 10-day family and domestic violence leave

'Workers should never have to choose between their safety and wages'

3 in 4 execs expect cybersecurity breaches from 'internal staff error'

3 in 4 execs expect cybersecurity breaches from 'internal staff error'

'Given the increase in virtual/hybrid work, companies should do cybersecurity training at least quarterly'

Australia cracks down on workplace harassment with new federal body

Australia cracks down on workplace harassment with new federal body

Follows 2022 review revealing 'significant evidence of bullying across the sector'