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Why do managers play favourites?
Friday, 22 August 2014 7:30am
When a manager forms an initial impression of a new team member, the perception can be hard to shift, and becomes self-perpetuating, according to HR Daily Community blogger Trish Cloete. Read More - Why do managers play favourites?
Subscription content please login to view - Investigation by phone made dismissal unfair Investigation by phone made dismissal unfair
Thursday, 21 August 2014 1:31pm
An experienced HR professional has been criticised by the Fair Work Commission for "fundamental errors" in a workplace investigation that led to an employee's dismissal. Read More - Investigation by phone made dismissal unfair
Terminating poor performers the pitfalls and how to avoid them
Thursday, 21 August 2014 7:25am
How should the performance management process differ from managing misconduct? What are the top steps employers can take to minimise the risk of underperformance-related litigation? And how should employers "soften the blow" of dismissal? Here, an employment lawyer answers these questions and more. Read More - Terminating poor performers  the pitfalls and how to avoid them
A 25-hour core workweek could be five years away
Wednesday, 20 August 2014 7:29am
A core workweek of just 25 hours' desk time, but during which employees get more done, could be just years away if only employers can let go of outdated management models, says an employee engagement and performance specialist. Read More - A 25-hour core workweek could be five years away
Subscription content please login to view - Most leadership programs don't work because... Most leadership programs don't work because...
Tuesday, 19 August 2014 3:47pm
Personality profiling, 360-degree assessments and workshops all "have their place in the training game", but according to leadership expert Richard Maloney, investing in these initiatives can be like cleaning a dirty fish, only to return it to a dirty pond. Read More - Most leadership programs don't work because...
Subscription content please login to view - Incentive pay: when it works, and when it doesn't Incentive pay: when it works, and when it doesn't
Tuesday, 19 August 2014 7:00am
Team bonuses can boost employee effort and motivation - but only under certain conditions, according to a study into which financial incentives deliver the best returns. Read More - Incentive pay: when it works, and when it doesn't
Subscription content please login to view - How HR can help bust the myths of 'meritocracies' How HR can help bust the myths of 'meritocracies'
Monday, 18 August 2014 3:10pm
Many male-dominated organisations believe they are meritocracies, when this is patently not true, says Diana Ryall, CEO and founder of Xplore for Success, and former Apple Australia managing director. Read More - How HR can help bust the myths of 'meritocracies'
Don't exclude contingent workers from training
Monday, 18 August 2014 7:15am
A costly s-xual harassment case reinforces the importance of extending unlawful conduct training to all workplace participants, not just direct employees, according to an employment law specialist. Read More - Don't exclude contingent workers from training
How reward systems stifle collaboration; and Five ways to reduce stress
Friday, 15 August 2014 7:30am
"Silo mentalities" prevent an organisation from unifying towards a common goal, but usually it is the organisation's own systems that create the problem, according to HR Daily Community blogger Ben Young. Read More - How reward systems stifle collaboration; and Five ways to reduce stress
Subscription content please login to view - Case study: Give young workers living, breathing career path examples Case study: Give young workers living, breathing career path examples
Thursday, 14 August 2014 4:27pm
Promoting junior employees into management roles gives other young workers a living, breathing example of the career path available to them, which can encourage them to pursue the same progression, according to a veteran from high-profile youth employer McDonald's Australia. Read More - Case study: Give young workers living, breathing career path examples
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