HRD issue 14.12

by 15 Dec 2016

Cover story: 2016 Annual Review
HRD looks back at the key trends, emerging themes and notable challenges for HR this year in five key areas: employment law, technology, leadership development, reward & recognition, and L&D


Vendor management: A perfect partnership
Researching, selecting, managing and assessing vendors is an overlooked but critical component of effective HR strategy. Peter Szilagyi provides his tips

Out of sight, not out of mind
Aran Alexander outlines the duty of care every employer has for employees travelling for work, including WHS considerations and risk mitigation

Inside HR: Boosting digital fluency
Research from Accenture suggests that improving ‘digital fluency’ for women might be the answer to improving gender equality in business

Serving up a global HR framework 
Moving from local to global is an upsize only the best HR practitioners can handle Miklos Bolza talks to one global HR director who made the move

Is HR in danger of becoming one-dimensional?
Women are dominating the HR profession and the consequences may be unexpected and far-reaching. John Hilton investigates

Recruitment: Snooze and you lose
Employers in the tech sector are missing out on talent due to lengthy recruitment processes. Roger Bryant says there are key lessons for all employers