- SAS – working the good life
From free M&M’s 26 years ago to a world-renowned employee benefits system – SAS has pipped Google as the World’s Best Employer in Fortune magazine. Tom Washington speaks to ANZ managing director Gordon Clubb and HR director Brendan Gregor about how the region’s company values and employment practices have transformed the business
- Employers review car benefits to manage costs
Many employers are reviewing their car benefit policies to contain costs as a result of the economic downturn and low corporate income growth.
- Talent management to change as economy picks up
Employers in the US are planning to reshape their talent programs as the economy shifts out of the recessionary period, according to global management consultancy Mercer.
- A firm partnership
Michael Rose and Susan Ferrier of Allens Arthur Robinson tell Sarah O’Carroll how they managed their people through the downturn and plan to lead a frustrated workforce through the upturn
- How will the downturn change the future of work?
Once-powerful employer brands are at risk of being unable to attract top talent in the next decade, according to a recent PricewaterhouseCoopers report on how the downturn will change the future of work
- Shield your company from nasty surprises
HR should guard their company from any surprises from departing staff by getting close to their employees and truly understanding their motivations, according to Diageo’s HR solutions manager, Angela Hawthorn.