- Unpredictable work hours take their toll
What matters more to an employee’s wellbeing – the number of hours worked, or how they are worked? The results may surprise you.
- Staff morale not an area to scrimp
As economic uncertainty continues to mount, some Australian employers are beginning to reflect on the strategies that worked, and didn’t work, during the GFC – and the word on the street is that a happy worker is a productive worker regardless of the economy.
- A new kind of workplace promiscuity
In the mining, resources and construction sectors, companies need to be wary of the roving eye of their employees, new research has revealed.
- Improving customer service with staff incentives
Australia’s customer service levels leave much to be desired. Tom Washington explores how employers can incentivise staff to up their game
- HR’s guide to super in 2010
In the 2010 budget the Government has announced yet further changes to superannuation. Tim Jenkins outlines how HR can overcome the complexities of an ever-changing superannuation scheme
- Beating stress with benefits
The UK seems to be in the middle of a stress epidemic, which often manifests itself in the workplace. But just how widespread is stress at work, and what benefits can employers use to address at least some of the causes and symptoms? John Charlton reports