Leading people is "messy", but employers can't expect people to use their emotions only when it suits the business, and keep their feelings out of the workplace the rest of the time, says author Roxi Bahar Hewertson.
Some of Samsung's HR practices over the past 20 years might seem extreme, but they have transformed the company into a world leader in innovation, according to Seoul University professors Jaeyong Song and Kyungmook Lee.
A government department that replaced a dull, six-hour slide-show induction with an interactive program says new starters are finally coming away with the knowledge they need to hit the ground running.
The High Court's ruling that Australian contracts do not impose a duty of trust and confidence is a welcome one for employers, but not a green light to ignore their own policies and procedures, an employment law specialist says.
Many employers fail to reap the benefits of technology-based recruitment initiatives because they're just transferring traditional hiring methods to a new platform, says futurist and talent expert Kevin Wheeler.