HRD introduces new resources hub

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HRD introduces new resources hub

The HRD website has recently undergone a major redesign revealing a fresh new look and added content. 

More than just a news service, one of the main features of the redesigned website is a Resources hub. Readers can register once to gain access to a huge range of special reports, white papers, webinars and other multi-media pieces covering topics such as change management, corporate wellness, HR technology, benefits and more. 

The new Specialisations tab takes the reader to in-depth coverage of HR news and information across eighteen areas including employment law, change management, employee engagement and corporate wellness.

The redesign also brings together all the content from HRD’s four markets – Australia, Canada, New Zealand and Asia – in one place. Readers can change regions quickly and easily using the toolbar and gain access to global thought leaders, industry developments and content put together by a global editorial team of seasoned HR journalists operating in five countries. As an increasing number of HR professionals have broader regional and multinational responsibilities, HRD’s international coverage is a real resource.

HRD’s online reach continues to expand, with almost one quarter of a million HR professionals now visiting the website each month. In recent years, HRD has been recognised on the world stage as an industry-leading website, receiving accolades at the Mumbrella Publish Awards, Tabbies and APEX Awards. 

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