- Women need to connect with each other
In order to successfully achieve results with retaining and attracting female employees we have to be successful ‘marketers’ to women
- Initiatives of employers of choice for women
The University of New South Wales provides a career advancement fund for women returning from maternity leave, which assists full-time and part-time female academics to re-establish their careers upon returning to the workforce
- Employers of choice for women named
NINETY-NINE Australian businesses have been recognised as employer of choice for women by the Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Agency (EOWA)
- Making friends with finance
Understanding the key drivers of the business from a financial point of view can help HR in its quest to become more strategic. However, exactly how much of the financials are HR expected to know and what are the most important attributes of an effective HR team? Sarah O’ Carroll asks some CFOs about how HR can better partner with finance
- Getting maximum business benefit from employee benefits
We are looking to roll out an employee benefits program to our employees. What steps can I take to ensure that it assists to achieve our 2008 HR objectives of staff attraction and retention, and make sure we get the maximum return on our investment?
- Frustrated with hiring managers
I am a HR manager who has an active role in the recruitment activities of our business. I find myself frustrated with the hiring managers who always want to hire someone who has done the exact same role before that we are looking to fill. They have unrealistic expectations and cannot see the need to hire someone who has room to grow into the role. How can I get them to see the need to hire on potential and move away from the ‘tick the box’ hiring mentality?