- In Person: Lisa Christy, SAP
With responsibilities stretching across 900 employees in Australia and New Zealand, Lisa Christy, HR director at tech giant SAP, has plenty on her plate. She refl ects on 15 years in the HR profession, tough decisions, the appeal of IT, and balancing work and personal life
- The Cost of Rejection
Research suggests that many recruitment processes reject suitable candidates for front-line sales, service and customer service roles before they reach interview stage. Sean Howard, managing director of Talent Q, outlines the potential damage caused by using cost-effective but blunt 'weapons of mass rejection'
- Good to Great : Reinventing HR at Kimberly-Clark
During Kimberly-Clark’s transformation, CHRO Liz Gottung took centre stage in driving a massive change initiative that resulted in a rise in stock price and turnaround in employee sentiment. HRD finds out how the company did it
- Technology and HR: What you need to know
Technology is changing the way we practice HR. Christopher Bahr, vice president, worldwide smarter workforce, IBM, shares his advice on HR technology.
- HR careers: Plugging the hole in your CV
Climbing the career ladder can be tricky if you find yourself short on desired experience. HC looks at what companies want to see on your CV and how you can get it.
- Opinion: What’s in a name? How to create the perfect job title when hiring
Chris McDonald provides his tips for creating online job ads that work.