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    Building a talent database of employees can help not only engage staff but assist companies which are going through restructuring and redeployment, according to HR experts.

  • Endless lessons in 74 years of bargaining by

    THREE AUSTRALIAN lawyers have returned from the US equipped with a number of lessons, and warnings, for Australian organisations as they face the impending introduction of new collective bargaining laws.

  • The war for talent is over by

    The war for talent is over according to a controversial new international report from a UK based think tank.

  • Consultation critical for OHS reforms by

    Consultation with and engagement of employers throughout the OHS reforms is critical to ensuring they meet their safety objectives, according to an Australian expert

  • “Double whammy” to strike when recession ends by

    Companies should carefully consider the face that people will soon again be a scare resource before hastily cutting their work force, a European HR study has warned.

  • Have your say: What is the costliest mistake HR can make in a downturn? by HCA

    Human Capital is keen to hear your thoughts for an upcoming article on HR's costliest mistakes in a downturn. It could be poor communication; failing to step up to the plate; neglecting L&D or retention. Has there ever been a situation where you've thought: 'I wish that was handled differently?' If so, we'd like to hear from you.

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