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

  • A winning order by

    McDonald’s Australia is one of Australia’s largest and most successful employers. Craig Donaldson speaks with the company’s MD and head of HR about how they work together and details its recipe for business success

  • Positioning yourself as a generalist by

    I’m an HR generalist and I’m considering looking outside my organisation for another role. What is the prospect for generalists like me in this market, and how can I best plan my career and position myself for future career growth?

  • Janssen-Cilag’s prescription for retention by

    Alarm bells sounded in the finance department of Janssen-Cilag in 2004 when they examined the high cost of turnover. However, a few simple changes have dramatically improved retention rates and impacted positively onthe bottom line. Sarah O’Carroll reports

  • Career development and downsizing by

    I am an HR generalist with more than eight years’ experience. I have a pretty good handle on the requirements of my role, because my business has previously been in growth mode

  • Accenture: defying the downturn by

    Rigorous attention to learning and development has helped Accenture remain resilient in the face of a global economic downturn. Sarah O’Carroll reports

  • TEAM:ING with the CEO by

    The labour market upheaval has turned the spotlight on HR, but ING head Harry Stout has long been aware of the importance of having his HR team as close allies. Sarah O’Carroll reports

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