HR professionals' career options are narrowing much sooner than they did in the past, according to HR Daily Community member Matthew Mayoh.
In this week's featured post, he pinpoints where jobs dry up, and questions whether HR professionals should consider new career paths.
Other interesting posts this week cover why leaders need a 'global mindset' (and how to develop one); ways to improve collaboration; what employers need to know about statutory declarations; and more. Browse the posts here:
- Why are so many HR careers peaking too soon? - Matthew Mayoh
- Why today's leaders need a global mindset - Rosemary Moore Fiander
- A racey matrix to help your teams to collaborate effectively - Jan Terkelsen
- Statutory declarations in the employment context - Shane Koelmeyer
- Will you make the cut? - Mark Hodgson
- Say it, don't spray it: Paint gun operator summarily dismissed for serious misconduct - Shane Koelmeyer
- 10 ways leaders can think globally and develop an international outlook - Rosemary Moore Fiander
- Bye, bye, bye - Is your business ready for sudden senior leadership departures? - Shane Koelmeyer
- When gender is irrelevant: Male-on-male workplace harassment - Vince Scopelliti
- What is a workplace investigation and when should you initiate one? - Catherine Gillespie
- The student becomes the master: When work experience turns into paid employment - Shane Koelmeyer
- Flexed to the limit: How the Fair Work Act encourages flexibility in the workplace - Shane Koelmeyer
- Guidelines to headhunt integration architects - Prince Kumar