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Predict performance by monitoring values

Employees' alignment to a company's values drops before their performance does, so HR professionals who monitor core values adherence are well placed to heed the warning signs and minimise damage, according to The Ethics of Success managing director, Omer Soker. » more »

Tips for managing high-demand employees

"High-demand" employees sap their managers' energy and clog the organisation's complaints processes, often escalating situations "beyond logical comprehension", according to HR Daily Community blogger, Catherine Gillespie. » more »

Secret recordings could be admissible evidence, lawyers warn

Smartphone technology has made it relatively easy for employees to secretly record disciplinary or performance conversations, says Ashurst Australia partner Marie-Claire Foley, who warns that unlawfully obtained evidence can be admissible in court. » more »

Are you a player or a pawn?

Feelings of autonomy and power have nothing to do with seniority in a business - "it has to do with how you choose to see yourself and your situation", says HR Daily Community blogger David Klaasen. » more »