CEOs have a responsibility to identify and develop their organisation's next generation of leaders, which requires a combination of 'guts' and understanding, according to two senior members of Australia's business community.
Employers should beware of depriving introverts of opportunities to share their ideas and opinions, according to communications specialist Catriona Pollard, who says many workplace practices unintentionally favour extroverts.
Your organisation wants to be more innovative, and it's looking to you to make it happen. How do you create a workable, profitable innovation structure that enables your people not only to create great ideas, but also to implement them cost effectively?
Would your organisation ever consider offering employees "unlimited" annual leave? In today's featured post, HR Daily Community blogger Melissa Fitzpatrick writes about the potential pros and cons of these initiatives.
Racist comments should be addressed not simply because they're "wrong" or "bad", or contravene a workplace policy, but because they can do serious, long-term cultural damage, says Irish Ambassador Noel White.
When 'risk' is brought up in an HR context, it usually involves workplace hazards or people practices that could lead to injury or lawsuits. But HR professionals should start viewing 'people risk' more broadly, according to Aon Hewitt's managing director of people risk, Robyn Perkins.