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  • Catching up with a Rising Star by

    The Australian HR Awards aren’t just for leaders with years of experience and stellar careers behind them. The Rising Star of the Year Award recognises the practitioner who has achieved impressive results with less than five years experience. We speak to last year’s winner, Jessie Hommelhoff of BHP Billiton.

  • Jessie Hommelhoff is HR's 'Rising Star' by

    Jessie Hommelhoff of BHP Billiton Manganese took home the 'Rising Star' award at last years Australian HR Awards. We caught up with her for her thoughts on the evening as a whole.

  • Australia’s most attractive employers revealed by

    In the ultimate acknowledgement of an organisation having “passionate, raving fans”, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) has been voted Australia’s most attractive employer at the third annual Randstad Award.

  • Sundance board should not have travelled together by

    The board of oil firm Sundance Resources who all died in a place crash in Africa should never have been allowed on the same flight together, according an organisational leadership expert.

  • Unions mark International Workers Memorial Day by

    Unions around the world are remembering tragic deaths that have occurred in the workplace today, International Workers Memorial Day.

  • WA dismisses uranium mine fears by

    Western Australian Minister for the Department of Mines and Petroleum (DMP), Norman Moore, has dismissed fears that open access to an old uranium mine was a health risk.

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