- Helping companies become chameleons
Adapting systems and responses within an organisation in response to the credit crunch – from retraining to redundancies and communicating change – has become an integral part of the HR role, writes Sarah Sharples
- Executive games
The fear of losing face in boardroom meeting can often lead executives to stay quiet on issues when they speak up. This can mean important issues are not being dealt with. Paul Donovan explores the telltale signs of executives avoiding issues and what HR can do to stop it.
- The Faces of Redundancy
Four executives speak about their different experiences of being made redundant. Sarah O’Carroll reports
- Short, sharp and to the point
Executive education programs expose groups of managers to targeted academic and practical management education. Teresa Russell discovers why, even in tough times, spending in this area of learning is under no threat at McDonald’s or Melbourne Water.
- Resilience from within
Companies that are strong on the inside are showing resilience in the economic storm. Richard Barrett outlines how companies can build resilience through a value-based approach
- Workplaces rife with bullying
Despite the risk of hefty fines and damage to corporate reputation, many employers still seem blasé about the issues of workplace discrimination and bullying.