- Putting store in HR
The UK is teetering on the verge of a recession and experiencing its weakest period of growth in 15 years. Falling house prices and the global credit squeeze are reported to be at the heart of the downturn and consumer confidence is very low. Some see this as a challenge.
- Taking a temporary downshift
I am an experienced senior HR professional who has been operating in Head of HR roles at a global and Asia Pac level for a number of years. Due to personal commitments and the desire to cut back on travelling and wanting to base myself out of Australia, I believe my next role may need to operate at the national or ANZ level
- Made Marriott
Marriott International’s “spirit to serve” culture is based on a business philosophy coined 80 years ago by founders, John Willard and Alice S. Marriott – “take care of the associate, and they’ll take care of the guest.”
- What we have here is a failure to communicate
The continued strong interest in pay communication issues, coupled with age-old debates concerning pay secrecy and the lack of employee knowledge about their pay, provides the mandate for an innovative study of reward communication practices, perceptions and problems in Australian organisations.
- My brilliant career – Andrew Dahms
Human Resources Director, Lenovo Australia and New Zealand.
- Importance of psychological assessments
We are reviewing our recruitment and selection process for executives and would like to know how important psychological assessments are. How much weight should be placed on them and how accurate are they in depicting one’s ability?