John Hilton

John Hilton

John Hilton is a journalist at Human Resources Director.

The 'diversity trend' taking over global offices

The 'diversity trend' taking over global offices

'As soon as an employer has experienced this once, they often become vocal advocates for supporting people with a disability'

This is how the future of work will 'reinvent' L&D

This is how the future of work will 'reinvent' L&D

‘The more digital our workplaces become, the more human we need to be as workers’

Will robots send unemployment soaring?

Will robots send unemployment soaring?

Australia is challenged by a worsening skills shortage that requires an urgent response

Inside Sodexo's LGBTI+ inclusion strategy

Inside Sodexo's LGBTI+ inclusion strategy

Sodexo’s Pride Network aims to build greater esteem and alliance within Australia and in its global workplaces

Workplace mental health epidemic imminent: Research

Workplace mental health epidemic imminent: Research

‘It’s not surprising that employees are feeling overworked, disrespected, stressed and anxious’

Should Uber drivers be recognised as employees?

Should Uber drivers be recognised as employees?

The Fair Work Ombudsman has completed its investigation relating to Uber Australia and its engagement of drivers

'I always recognised the need to future-proof my career'

'I always recognised the need to future-proof my career'

HRD talks to former AFL star Sam Gibson about employers taking on somebody who’s made a career change

Xero’s quirky recruiting tactic revealed

Xero’s quirky recruiting tactic revealed

You can develop skills, you can gain knowledge and experience - but it “really does come down to attitude”

Hiring people with disabilities: What you need to know

Hiring people with disabilities: What you need to know

‘Employees with disabilities will be more loyal and committed if given the opportunity’

How widespread is workplace discrimination?

How widespread is workplace discrimination?

The technology sector performed the best thanks to initiatives that have encouraged female participation