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
Is your employee handbook keeping up with the digital age? A recent US case showed that many employers are beginning to face the consequences of outdated social media policies.
Three workers at a Canadian museum were secretly pocketing thousands of dollars in box-office receipts but the details have only just been made public.
The newly released Telstra annual report has again drawn attention to the sheer size of the pay package offered to its ex-CEO.
According to recent reports, the global corporation demands a lot from its workers, who are expected to meet ‘unreasonably high’ expectations.
A US HR executive is no longer facing an assault charge, but her employer still thinks her ‘deceptive’ and ‘bullying’ behaviour warranted firing her.
‘Poisoned workplace’ claims have arisen following the exposure of a federation of trade union effort to spy on its own employees with a secret camera.
Despite all the hard work HR leaders are doing in this area, it seems that workers are just not convinced
HRD talks to partner at Ashurst Trent Sebbens about how HR should react if an employee is not who they say they are
In male dominated workplaces, opening up can be perceived as a sign of weakness or vulnerability – what should HR do to combat this?