- Changing gears: Understanding the drivers and objectives of workplace change
Developments in external and internal business environments are continuously driving physical workplace changes. Keti Malkoski outlines how to navigate these change drivers.
- Out-growing the office
With out of office work experiencing growing media attention, an increasing number of Australian businesses are turning towards offering such options. What needs to be done to make sure staff mobility works in your organisation?
- Five key immigration risks every business needs to know
Historically, human resources and global mobility teams have been responsible for managing a company’s immigration requirements, giving these professionals a good understanding of immigration compliance and what it means for their business.
- A new approach to mobility, or not?
Just as you were getting used to the BYOD phenomenon, a new approach to mobility has reared its head: COPE.
- International assignments: Cost of living in the spotlight
Differences in the cost of living around the world are an eternal issue for International HR, whether it be when sourcing assignees from developing countries, relocating headquarters within a region or expanding into emerging markets. Anna Michielsen takes a closer look.
- New short term work visa
On 13 March 2013, the Government announced the introduction of the new temporary work (short stay activity) visa (subclass 400) which came into effect on 23 March. The visa is specifically designed to permit short term work, and will replace the subclass 456 visa and its electronic equivalents, the Electronic Travel Authority (ETA) and evisitor.