An increasing number of Australian employers recognise the business value of a diverse workforce, but most are implementing strategies that neglect a key cohort, says Australian Network on Disability CEO, Suzanne Colbert.
A US employer that refused to make assumptions about what people with disability can and can't do - and was willing to see them fail if it meant giving them a chance to succeed - has dramatically improved the diversity of its workforce and reaped unexpected benefits along the way.
The GFC reduced employee trust in all businesses, but organisational ethics are what's needed to restore it, and address wasted productivity and internal politicking, says engagement expert and author, Omer Soker.
Our two-day enterprise bargaining training for negotiators class will equip you with the knowledge and skills to remain in control of your enterprise agreement negotiation outcomes under the Fair Work Act. Seats limited. Register early and save!
People often see organisational change as "more of an art than a science", but the more scientific your approach, the better your chances of implementing change effectively, says Deloitte Consulting national leader of human capital, Nicky Wakefield.
An increasingly competitive workforce landscape has led many organisations to ask, "What should we be doing to better manage our people?" In this webinar, Prue Laurence of Psylutions will explore the answer and look at successful talent management strategies used by Australian organisations.
It can be difficult for busy HR practitioners to take a step back from their daily tasks to focus on their own career. But taking the time to reflect can bring inspiration and insights for both personal and career development.
Achieving an acceptable outcome from any type of negotiation can be a struggle, but HR professionals should always remember "the other side is feeling the heat too", says management consultant Alan Hargreaves.