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

  • Wanted: work in the public sector by

    Q. I’m an HR generalist and I’ve always worked in the private sector. However, my organisation is going to restructure and I’m looking at the public sector for potentially better and safer job prospects. What advice can you offer on successfully making this transition and attaining a public sector role?

  • Engineering a great workplace by

    Dow Corning has been recognised globally as a great place to work. Craig Donaldson examines why its employees rate it so highly and details the strategies of a multi-award winning employer of choice

  • Neil Wilks, manager human resources, Cisco Australia New Zealand by

    Neil Wilks, manager human resources, Cisco Australia New Zealand

  • Sage advice on HR experience by

    I have been a HR professional for 27 years, and until recently with my last organisation for twelve years. My role was made redundant as part of a corporate downsizing and I am finding the job market very daunting in the current environment, particularly to someone with a few grey hairs who hasn’t had to interview for a long time! Any tips?

  • The right ingredients by

    The CEO and corporate head of Domino’s know that clear communication and foresight are vital ingredients in a successful business. They tell Sarah O’Carroll how they are coping with big business, engaging their employees and shaping their future

  • My brilliant career – Lisa Cooper by

    Lisa Cooper, regional director human resources, CB Richard Ellis

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