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  • Testing times for HR by

    The human resources function faces many organisational and financial hurdles, particularly in a gruelling business environment. Hiring and training budgets are being slashed, which makes the attraction and retention of talent challenging at best.

  • HR in Henkel by

    Henkel has been named as one of the World’s Most Admired Companies. Speaking from Shanghai, CEO, Asia-Pacific, Jan-Dirk Auris and head of HR, Monica Sun, tell Sarah O’Carroll about how they increased their investments in and focus on HR

  • Retention: back on the agenda by

    Are you prepared for turnover rates to double? In the first of a three-part series, Dr John Sullivan looks at the factors of poor retention performance

  • The future of postgraduate education by

    Without regular updates, the value of postgraduate and undergraduate education declines as knowledge creation increases, writes Dr Roger Collins

  • CSR a victim of the GFC? by HCA

    Australian companies are struggling to keep corporate social responsibility (CSR) on the business agenda during the downturn, with fewer than half of employers reporting that they have CSR practices in place, a new white paper reveals.

  • Getting with the learning game by

    Training: employees want more and more of it – putting pressure on HR professionals to be more creative with tighter budgets. Craig Donaldson looks at how The Collingwood Football Club did more with less through the implementation of a new learning management system

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