Sarah is currently the editor of Your Investment Property.
An accomplished writer, editor and ghost-author with more than a decade experience, Sarah has worked on magazines, websites and private clients in Australia and all around the world. Specializing in business and property writing for the likes of The Collective and Your Investment Property magazine, she has also written parenting and lifestyle stories for Mamamia, The Glow and She Knows Australia and a travel stories for Tourism Australia and About.com.
The task of resolving employee disputes often falls to HR. Human Capital talks to a conflict-resolution expert about mistakes to avoid when resolving workplace confrontations.
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It is not a trait that we normally associate with business leaders, but research indicates that psychopathic behavior among senior executives may be more common than we think.
It’s one of the oldest adages in HR circles – employees leave bad bosses, not companies. HRM investigates the continuing role of ineffective leadership in staff turnover.
Many leaders are unprepared for the new career life cycle of their employees, which are no longer linear, stable or predictable. Are you ready?
Leaving your corporate career to launch an HR consultancy could be the perfect way to reinvigorate your career.
The CEO of a global tech firm has admitted he was “completely wrong” last week, when doling out advice about women asking for a pay rise.
If you’re not yet crowdsourcing, you’re missing out on “utilising the brightest minds across the globe”, according to a new report.
Following reports of a potential Ebola case in Cairns, it’s crucial for HR to plan around helping staff cope with stress and anxiety.
The company said the error is completely unacceptable and a clear breach of their advertising standards
The FWC has ruled on the controversial case involving an employer who terminated a worker opposed to same-sex marriage last year
Justice Rita Zammit dismissed the case, finding that if the farting occurred it "would not necessarily amount to bullying"