HRD issue 15.07

by 03 Aug 2017
Cover story: Shoots of optimism: 2017 HR salary + jobs guide
A surge in demand for HR generalists is keeping the profession on its toes as companies scramble to build restructured teams. Find out the key trends in HRD’s annual HR salary and jobs guide


Becoming a millennial talent magnet
Some employers are still struggling to adjust their employer brand and recruitment approaches to attract the best talent from what will soon be the most dominant workforce demographic

Dotting the i’s and crossing the t’s
A spate of high profile and costly payroll failures has shone a light on compliance in this business-critical function. Is it time to review what your organisation has in place?

Health comes of digital age
Are your traditional health & wellbeing benefits not getting cut-through? It may be time to trial digital services – a potential lifeline for struggling employees

Special Report: Employment Law
From five tips to better workplace investigations to a behind the scenes of the landmark Sunday penalty rates decision, HRD’s Employment Law Special Report reveals all

Citizen of the world
From IBM’s graduate program through to HR roles in globally renowned companies, Rose Thomson has made M&As and structural transformations a key focus. She shares her story with HR Director

HR in a global world
Workplace legislation is struggling to keep pace with changes occurring at a wider political and social level – HRD outlines why employers must be vigilant in terms of what employee conduct will be tolerated


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