HR professionals face unique challenges when it comes to L&D in a recession. Not only must they ensure the learning needs of all employees are considered, they must also look after themselves. Human Capital explores some cost-effective upskilling options
Hewlett Packard may be the number one PC supplier in the world and a true global giant but its HR focus remains on personal development and creating a world of opportunities for employees
Australian cities remain affordable destinations for overseas expatriates, increasing the appeal of Australia for multinational organisations seeking to manage and contain the costs of a mobile workforce in tighter economic conditions, Mercer's 2009 Worldwide Cost of Living survey has found.
Have employee engagement levels falsely risen due to the economic downturn? Sarah O’Carroll asks this issue’s panel about to measure true engagement
In times of economic growth, employer branding assumes that all employees are discriminating consumers, to be engaged, won over and retained by employers. Iain Hopkins asks whether the employer brand still has a role in tough times
Employers could be missing out on vital business opportunities by cutting ties with former employees as involuntary turnover continues to rise
HRD talks to an HR leader about the practicalities of animals at work
Legislation changes will be coming into effect during 2018. Is your business prepared?
The employer is claiming that her dismissal had nothing to do with the complaint