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

  • Networking for success by

    Q. I’m looking for a new HR role and someone I respect suggested that I should be networking as well as applying for roles. How can I access a network and what should I be doing?

  • My brilliant Career – Jennifer Nilsen by

    I am the HR director Asia Pacific for URS.

  • Employees concerned about job security by

    A recent SEEK survey of more than 10,000 Australian employees found that 67 per cent are concerned about their current job or career in light of the global economic slowdown

  • My brilliant career – Rhonda Brighton by

    I’m Group General Manager of HR for Luxottica, covering Australia, NZ, Asia and South Africa. I report to the CEO, as part of the Exec Team, and together we design and execute the business strategy and, as one critical component of that, the people strategy.

  • RSPCA breeds safer, stronger culture by

    Over the past five years, RSPCA Victoria has been transformed from an amateur charity to a leading professional organisation. The changes were largely HR-driven, reports Sarah O’Carroll

  • Retired baby boomers forced back into the workforce by

    The turmoil in global financial markets is driving many recent retirees and mature age workers back into the workforce, according to LINK Recruitment

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