- Love your candidates: eHarmony at work?
There are a few similarities between dating and recruiting – the overstated resume, the importance of first impressions, the exhaustion after a run of bad meetings – so could a dating site hold recruitment opportunities?
- Building trust: The first step to a successful flexible workplace
As many organisations look at redesigning their workplaces and shifting into flexible working approaches like activity-based working and teleworking, a structured change management program can have a big impact on how well employees and teams embrace such changes, as Keti Malkoski reports.
- ROI in older worker health is quantifiable: Monash University
A leading expert in labour market studies has determined that workplaces that don’t invest in the health and wellbeing of older workers are effectively shooting themselves in the foot.
- Less formal approach to bullying dilemma
A workplace bullying expert is calling upon employers and employees to take a step back from formal complaints, and to consider other options.
- Times are a changin': doing more with less
Despite a climate of constrained budgets and a continuous need to do more with less, a majority of public sector organisations do not highly prioritise innovation. How can this change?
- International assignments: Cost of living in the spotlight
Differences in the cost of living around the world are an eternal issue for International HR, whether it be when sourcing assignees from developing countries, relocating headquarters within a region or expanding into emerging markets. Anna Michielsen takes a closer look.