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  • Going it alone: How to make the move by Caitlin Nobes

    So you’ve decided you want to be a consultant. Now what? Two HR pros who made the leap of faith give HRM their top tips.

  • Books: The new business card? by Human Capital

    With social media becoming a popular platform for sharing information, it can be difficult to be heard amongst the noise. Publisher Blaise van Hecke explains how books are fast becoming an effective alternative.

  • Data profiling: Useful or invasive? by Janie Smith

    Would having access to your employees’ personal data like their social media profiles help with things like engagement and motivation, or would it just be snooping?

  • Flexible work bias…towards men? by Caitlin Nobes

    Is HR more likely to accept men’s reasons for needing to change their regular work hours?

  • Dying for a promotion? The high cost of work stress by Janie Smith

    A major study has found that those overdoing it at work are significantly more likely to develop type 2 diabetes, even if they are not overweight.

  • Business fined $90,000 for underpaying staff by Janie Smith

    A Sydney company has been fined for deliberately underpaying more than 350 workers, many of whom were young and from non-English-speaking backgrounds.

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