HRD chats with Butch Clas, HR director at Dow Chemical, on overcoming challenges and tips for HR digital transformation
In the digital age, HR professionals face a huge challenge in dealing with data – its size, quality and, importantly, the insights beneath all of it
The coffee chain’s Canadian operation confirmed it will commit 10% of all store hires to at-risk young people.
The Fair Work Ombudsman is taking legal action against a company that allegedly underpaid two interns by copious amounts.
After conducting a study into how inquisitive workplaces around Australia are, a researcher tells HC that workers feel suppressed.
Forming bonds with your workers is important but could deeper relationships end in disaster? HC asked an expert.
Another union boss faced questioning by the royal commission this week, but it was the person to whom he pointed the finger that was perhaps the most shocking answer he gave.
As yet another study confirms the stress that working mothers face, some employers may look to ‘help’ by reducing the mother’s workplace responsibilities – but one employment lawyer told HC that this strategy could carry legal significant risks.
Despite all the hard work HR leaders are doing in this area, it seems that workers are just not convinced
In male dominated workplaces, opening up can be perceived as a sign of weakness or vulnerability – what should HR do to combat this?
HRD talks to partner at Ashurst Trent Sebbens about how HR should react if an employee is not who they say they are