HRD speaks to a prize-winning head of HR about how he uses platforms like Instagram for reward and recognition
Employers that fail to respond to a complaint in accordance with any established procedure will undoubtedly be criticised later
New data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics reveal Australians are working the lowest weekly number of hours in over 30 years – but the news isn’t as bad as it sounds.
Resources giant Rio Tinto is currently locked in a court battle with the Construction Forestry Mining and Energy Union (CMFEU) over claims it paid higher redundancy payments to non-union members.
As the federal government gears up to enact new gender equality rules for medium-sized businesses, there are fears the new rules could lead to onerous red tape.
The hiring formula dictates that HR and hiring managers attempt to find the perfect candidate to fill a vacant role. But according to one HR pro, you’ve got it all wrong.
At the beginning of most relationships – business or personal – you don't show all your cards at once. But is it time for HR to be more upfront?
Rio Tinto is facing a heated discrimination suit after redundant workers allege the company made redundancy payments of up to $120,000 more to non-union member workers.
The Attorney General has announced sweeping changes that will affect the way that HR professionals treat candidates who are pregnant
Transformative HR technologies are expected to take centre stage next year. What will you be focusing on in 2018?
Sometimes, the kindest thing to do is to tell employees the harsh truth – even if they don’t want to hear it