- Defining people priorities in a downturn
Despite the seriousness of the economic downturn in the US, talent management challenges still abound for companies, writes Allan Schweyer
- Redundancy equations don’t add up
The lead news story for this issue, Redundancies on the cheap cost dearly, looks at the fallout of redundancies. They are a necessary fact of life for many organisations which are struggling in current economic conditions, and are the quickest way to cut costs out of a business
- How to be part of the executive decision-making team
Executive decisions are often made without the input of HR. Paul Donovan examines this process and reveals how HR can ensure it is part of the executive decision-making team
- The ascent of woman: challenge or choice?
Sarah O’Carroll leads a roundtable of high-level female executives to examine one of the most pressing questions of our time: why are there so few women at the top of business in Australia?
- Talent management as viable as ever
Recent trends present HR with a golden opportunity to move up the organisational and professional ladder, writes Allan Schweyer
- Work/life: balance or bust?
As organisations seek to do more with less, there is a fine line between stretching a workforce and burning it out. Craig Donaldson speaks with experts about this issue and the benefits of a healthy work/life balance