HRD talks to Merryl Dooley, chief people officer at Tabcorp, about the company’s successful D&I initiatives
Change can actually motivate employees because it can foster their desire to help others
A new report has unveiled what employers should expect their workplaces to look like by 2030 – and what they can do to prepare for the changes.
President of the ACTU Ged Kearney has claimed that Australia should limit the number of temporary working visas it grants to foreign workers or risk damaging its domestic workforce.
The Department of Human Services recently received 41,000 applications for 1250 vacancies, leaving candidates with a long wait and no feedback. HC speaks to one expert about how and why HR should be controlling application numbers.
Many change projects do not meet schedule, budget and quality goals and some of the biggest barriers to success are people factors, including changing mindsets and attitudes corporate culture, lack of senior management support. Leanne Ramsay suggests how companies can handle change more effectively.
Officials from several unions are due to face the Royal Commission over allegations that they pocketed hundreds of thousands of dollars which should have been returned to their organisations.
Has an HR focus on data come at the expense of the ‘human’ element? The CEO of DHL Express explains how his company maintains equilibrium.
An international drinks company has hired an iconic TV star to lure candidates who can ‘move mountains’
Here’s why it’s important to provide training for managers about what great recognition looks like
As part of the changes, 6,000 people will leave the bank, with 2,000 new roles being created