HRD chats to Western Union's HR director about the challenges of keeping the workforce innovative and agile
Technological disruption is forcing huge workplace change and HR is not immune, writes Dr Alan Montague
The second chapter in HC’s exploration of HR’s changing landscape. What business functions should you be across?
While it will never lose sight of its core ‘people functions’, in order to remain relevant and effective, the HR function is adopting elements of other business functions – what are they, and how important are they set to become?
Inevitably, some of your high-ranking talent is going to leave one day. What are the risks this poses to an organisation, and how can you safeguard against them?
While companies seek to leverage big data against their competitors, the main struggle is a talent shortage, new research indicates.
Australia is on the cusp of competing globally, but has come to a crossroads on how it engages with and learns from its Asian neighbours.
As training budgets are cut further across Australia, HR managers have to think of cost effective ways to on-board new employees and get them up to speed quickly. Andrew Lamrock outlines one possible solution.
HRD talks to a chief people officer about the future of the performance review
The most common breaches related to underpayment of workers base hourly rates
As the workplace transforms, employees have a whole new set of expectations from their managers and HR departments