HRD talks to Natalie Thomson, HR director – ANZ at Merlin Entertainment, to discuss how technology and automation are impacting HR
Companies are getting creative in the war for talent
This global firm aims to bring people with disabilities into the workplace and hopes to spark a wider trend worldwide
The industrial action will see thousands of Department of Immigration and Border Protection staff walk off the job nationwide next week
Even after making derogatory comments towards Muslims and using innuendo in the workplace, the FWC still deemed the employee’s dismissal ‘harsh’
The company is facing a growing backlash after it held a fake meeting as part of an immigration sting to deport illegal workers
This test is highly effective at helping HR adapt to future changes, says a leading HR author. Are you using it in your workplace arsenal?
HR professionals must be aware of the legal minefield surrounding "unreasonable" unpaid hours
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It is alleged the company director asked a supervisor to send the waitress home because she 'looks disgusting'
HR trends and fads are not necessarily going to deliver business outcomes, says the HRD at Pernod Ricard Winemakers