HRD talks to Merryl Dooley, chief people officer at Tabcorp, about the company’s successful D&I initiatives
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Sophisticated employers need to start thinking “more laterally” regarding staff working hours, in order to get the most out of their workforce.
A public servant who tried to blame her frequent absences on her search for soy milk and organic coffee has had her claim for stress-related worker’s compensation denied.
The real purpose of HR is not in strategy or planning: it’s “down on the ground and out on the street”, according to one leading expert.
There are two mistakes that employers often make when handling bullying complaints made during the disciplinary process
An international drinks company has hired an iconic TV star to lure candidates who can ‘move mountains’
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