Profiles

  • Why Bosch HR head is a 'glocal' agent of change by HRD

    Rosa Lee has crossed continents to carry on her commitment to culture and people transformation. She shares her journey with HRD

  • VIVE LA DIFFÉRENCE by Iain Hopkins

    It’s rare for a multinational company with a rich cultural heritage to embrace local norms, but that’s just what L’Oréal Group strives for. HRD chats to HR director Amber Kristof about universalisation and what she’s learnt from a global HR career

  • How to become an HR contractor by

    Q I understand a lot of HR vacancies at present are contract-based – what advice do you have for people before embarking on a career as a contractor?

  • A firm partnership by

    Michael Rose and Susan Ferrier of Allens Arthur Robinson tell Sarah O’Carroll how they managed their people through the downturn and plan to lead a frustrated workforce through the upturn

  • My brilliant career – Megan Collins by

    My brilliant career – Megan Collins

  • Simplicity begets sophistication: Tim Capelin & John Stanton, Australian Business Lawyers by

    Tim Capelin and John Stanton have seen workplace laws change dramatically in the ten years since they founded Australian Business Lawyers. For clients, that means a necessity to speak “plain English”, writes Angela Priestley.

  • HR in Henkel by

    Henkel has been named as one of the World’s Most Admired Companies. Speaking from Shanghai, CEO, Asia-Pacific, Jan-Dirk Auris and head of HR, Monica Sun, tell Sarah O’Carroll about how they increased their investments in and focus on HR

  • Movers & shakers – recent HR appointments by

    Theresa Jory has joined ANZ as senior manager change management for Australia Operations.

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