HRD chats with Butch Clas, HR director at Dow Chemical, on overcoming challenges and tips for HR digital transformation
The employer misrepresented to a delivery driver that he was an independent contractor, not an employee
University researchers are developing means to judge workers’ readiness to return following devastating natural disasters.
Following the seasonal New Year lull, a new salary survey has revealed the ICT jobs market has climbed in the first quarter of 2013.
Employee share option plans can be used to attract and retain talented staff, yet a new report has found government legislation is hampering effectivenes.
The departure of sensitive information along with a valued employee is a persistent threat to business – how can HR minimise the impact?
Less than half of organisations use objective talent data to drive business decisions, and less than one in five of HR professionals are satisfied with the way their organisation manages talent data, according to new survey results
Companies are being urged to consider the effects of Australia’s ageing workforce on their business, as the ageing process will increasingly come to bear on employees’ injury-related claims.
Despite all the hard work HR leaders are doing in this area, it seems that workers are just not convinced
In male dominated workplaces, opening up can be perceived as a sign of weakness or vulnerability – what should HR do to combat this?
HRD talks to partner at Ashurst Trent Sebbens about how HR should react if an employee is not who they say they are