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  • The challenge of walking and chewing gum: becoming a more effective leader by

    Many organisations become trapped in the status quo long after the quo has lost its status. As such, it is becoming increasingly important to invest time and effort into sustaining the relevance of our organisations, writes Roger Collins

  • Keeping employees for being responsible by

    The Federal Government has signalled a clear commitment to environmental change with the release of its emissions trading green paper. As noted in our lead story, the proposed Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme is perhaps the most significant economic and social reform the country has seen in 25 years

  • CSR key to retention by

    COMPANIES NEED to have better corporate social responsibility programs in place if they want to attract and engage quality staff, a global report has found

  • Reducing stress in the workplace by

    Although many organisations today are putting staff under pressure to improve the bottom line, they also have an eye on employee retention in this tight labour market. Teresa Russell looks at how organisations focus on corporate wellness to reduce stress in the workplace

  • Leaders urged to keep nerve in face of economic turmoil by

    TODAY’S TURBULENT times have the potential to be a severe test of leadership skills for many organisations, but adopting a siege mentality is unlikely to deliver future success, according to a recent UK report

  • HR struggles with social networking by

    THE POTENTIAL of social networking websites for business remains largely untapped, however, they will become increasingly important to the competiveness of large enterprises in the future, with a number of significant implications for HR

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