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Move from ideas to action, transform unproductive meetings, and more
Friday, 27 February 2015 7:00am
It's good to be results-focused, but according to HR Daily Community blogger Ben Young, sometimes leaders have to step back and look at the processes in order to get ideas off the ground. Read More - Move from ideas to action, transform unproductive meetings, and more
Subscription content please login to view - Government relaxes gender reporting requirements Government relaxes gender reporting requirements
Thursday, 26 February 2015 3:17pm
Organisations with more than 100 employees will no longer have to report on the gender split of their job applicants, nor extensions sought to parental leave, under changes announced this week. Read More - Government relaxes gender reporting requirements
Subscription content please login to view - Keep people at the heart of social media recruitment strategies Keep people at the heart of social media recruitment strategies
Thursday, 26 February 2015 7:19am
The most successful social media recruitment strategies capitalise on an organisation's existing strengths and always return to what's important - people, says Campbell Arnott's HR leader, Sonya Hughes. Read More - Keep people at the heart of social media recruitment strategies
Subscription content please login to view - New bullying cases show where FWC draws the line New bullying cases show where FWC draws the line
Wednesday, 25 February 2015 7:25am
Three recent decisions from the Fair Work Commission clarify some limits of its jurisdiction to issue stop-bullying orders. Read More - New bullying cases show where FWC draws the line
Announcement: Research Invitation - The State of Talent and Assessment in Australia
Wednesday, 25 February 2015 7:00am
Hay Group launches new research into the state of talent and assessment in Australia. Does your organisation have the talent to succeed? Have your say here. Read More - Announcement: Research Invitation - The State of Talent and Assessment in Australia
Subscription content please login to view - How not to handle a performance-related dismissal How not to handle a performance-related dismissal
Wednesday, 25 February 2015 6:53am
An employee who under-performed for several years and was "apathetic" about his job has been awarded compensation, after his dismissal was found to be warranted, but poorly handled. Read More - How not to handle a performance-related dismissal
Subscription content please login to view - Generation gap increases Generation gap increases "office disharmony" risk
Tuesday, 24 February 2015 7:23am
One in two Australian employees think younger workers don't appreciate the knowledge and skills of their older counterparts, according to research that suggests ignoring demographic changes increases the risk of workplace disharmony. Read More - Generation gap increases "office disharmony" risk
Subscription content please login to view - Don't base HR technology decisions on what's Don't base HR technology decisions on what's "cool"
Tuesday, 24 February 2015 7:10am
Steering clear of trendy new tools - or "shiny balls" - can help HR teams overcome the biggest obstacle to effectively implementing new technology, according to an international expert. Read More - Don't base HR technology decisions on what's "cool"
Subscription content please login to view - Career 'lattices' trump ladders for engagement, retention benefits Career 'lattices' trump ladders for engagement, retention benefits
Monday, 23 February 2015 7:27am
Increasing employee access to lateral career moves improves engagement and reduces voluntary staff turnover, according to a new report. Read More - Career 'lattices' trump ladders for engagement, retention benefits
Subscription content please login to view - HR needs personal resilience before tackling workplace issues HR needs personal resilience before tackling workplace issues
Monday, 23 February 2015 7:05am
Resilience is the main determinant of workplace success, but HR professionals must ensure their own house is in order before trying to build other employees' strength in this area, warns a specialist. Read More - HR needs personal resilience before tackling workplace issues
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