Nicola Middlemiss

Nicola Middlemiss

Nicola is a highly-accomplished business reporter with a wealth of experience spanning continents and industries.

Major employer launches autism at work program

Major employer launches autism at work program

The software giant says the initiative will make it easier for people on the autism spectrum to secure qualified employment within the company

Job strain linked to onset of mental illness

Job strain linked to onset of mental illness

New research suggests those under additional pressure are at a greater risk of depression or anxiety

Olympic champion addresses HR leaders

Olympic champion addresses HR leaders

Gold medal winner Alisa Camplin spoke to industry professionals about the importance of making a plan and building resilience

"Job-hopping" no new phenomenon

"Job-hopping" no new phenomenon

A recent study shows millennials actually stick around slightly longer than other generations did when they were the same age

Is office politics costing us millions?

Is office politics costing us millions?

One HR specialist says the issue can have a major impact on organisations and even society as a whole

Fonterra HR head reveals "crux" of good management

Fonterra HR head reveals "crux" of good management

The dairy giant's GM of performance and reward explains the one thing every leader should be doing

Why annual pay increases aren't enough

Why annual pay increases aren't enough

One top CEO explains why his company performs pay reviews up to eight times a year

Amazon to cut hundreds of corporate jobs

Amazon to cut hundreds of corporate jobs

The shock move comes as the company channels funds into new technology

Can HR be friends with a subordinate?

Can HR be friends with a subordinate?

It doesn’t have to be lonely at the top – as long as you’ve got emotional intelligence and the ability to be courageous

One reason HR shouldn’t get too familiar with the CEO

One reason HR shouldn’t get too familiar with the CEO

Most HR leaders aim to cultivate a strong relationship with their CEO, but it has its pitfalls