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

  • 5 Minutes with… John Davis, Human Resources Director, Rentokil Initial by HCA

    John Davis, Human Resources Director (Pacific), Rentokil Initial, warns HR leaders not to lose their ‘human touch’.

  • ​In Person: Vijay Kashyap, Campari Australia by Cameron Edmond

    With a deep understanding of people, Vijay Kashyap, HR director Asia Pacific at Campari Australia, knew from a young age that the HR industry was his calling. He chats with Cameron Edmond

  • Five Minutes With Geoffrey Court, Salmat by Cameron Edmond

    From lawyer to HR director, Salmat’s head of people and culture, Geoffrey Court, talks of his tumultuous time at Ansett and of the importance of keeping the focus on people. He spends five minutes with Cameron Edmond

  • Five Minutes With Jeff Vijungo, Adobe by Cameron Edmond

    Software innovator Adobe’s people resources team is 200-strong globally. Of those, 120 fall under the ‘global talent’ umbrella, and the man in charge is Jeff Vijungo, executive VP of worldwide talent. He spends five minutes with Cameron Edmond

  • HR at Atlassian by Iain Hopkins

    Award-winning enterprise software company Atlassian has won countless plaudits for its innovative HR practices. From recruitment to performance management, the company is shaking up the tired and staid. Iain Hopkinstalks to VP of talent Joris Luijke

  • HR Without Bondaries by Iain Hopkins

    Few people have had a career as illustrious as Gareth Bennett’s. The 2012 recipient of the Australian HR Awards accolade for Lifetime Achievement, Gareth talked to Iain Hopkins about the transition to consultancy work, why change should be relished, and why boards need more HR practitioners

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