John Hilton

John Hilton

John Hilton is the News Editor of HRD Australia and HRD New Zealand where he reports internationally, interviewing HR Directors from all over the world. He graduated from Macquarie University with a Bachelor of Media (Honours). John’s been involved in numerous HR events including the National HRD Summit in Sydney where he conducted on-stage interviews with elite HR professionals.

John’s rolodex includes conducting on-stage and on-camera interviews, award presentation, global webinar moderation, and executive roundtable moderation. His three favorite HR topics are employment law, learning & development, and diversity & inclusion.  He also worked as a journalist at Dennis Publishing’s news magazine The Week for four years. At Key Media, he has also contributed to Mortgage Professional Australia, Your Investment Property and Learning and Development Professional.

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How to lead your 2020 HR strategy

How to lead your 2020 HR strategy

'The Affinity Way is based on realising the potential in our educators'

Australia's rate of innovation slips: Study

Australia's rate of innovation slips: Study

Taking decisive action could reverse the trend and deliver improved economic outcomes

Fleetcare announces new learning academy

Fleetcare announces new learning academy

Fleetcare designed the Learning Academy following their annual employee experience surveys

'It's time for a paradigm shift in HR practices'

'It's time for a paradigm shift in HR practices'

Neurodiversity is a term that many in the corporate world are becoming familiar with

Will new technology have a positive impact on job creation?

Will new technology have a positive impact on job creation?

'Some of the fastest growing job opportunities across all industries hold technology at their core'

'It doesn't cost more to hire someone with a disability'

'It doesn't cost more to hire someone with a disability'

Hiring a person with disability shouldn’t be seen as an issue to be overcome

Age is the biggest perceived barrier to opportunity

Age is the biggest perceived barrier to opportunity

Australia ranks #17 on the Opportunity Index out of 22 markets that were surveyed globally

70% of employees worry about money at work

70% of employees worry about money at work

The economic environment has changed and working Australians are under greater financial pressure

Recruiter latest company to adopt four-day week

Recruiter latest company to adopt four-day week

'Our research into meaningful work has suggested flexibility and work-life integration are key to attracting and retaining people'

'We're looking for talent everywhere'

'We're looking for talent everywhere'

Over the past couple of years, Accor have been rolling out the culture of "Heartist"