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As coronavirus restrictions ease and employers reconsider issues around workplace design and layout, scientists have been trialling a system that uses sensors and artificial intelligence to measure employees' concentration and comfort. » more »
One of the biggest benefits of HR practices becoming virtual is that working and managing through a screen enables people to be their authentic selves, a talent leader at Zoom says. » more »
Forward-thinking organisations are shifting HR functions away from their old "mental model" to instead view employees as customers, a conference heard this week. » more »
An employer did not have an "unfettered right" to sack an employee for performance issues simply because she was still on probation, the Fair Work Commission has ruled. » more »
The pandemic has tested leaders' resilience in major ways, but on a positive note it's become "okay to say I'm not okay", says Coca-Cola Amatil's head of HR. » more »
An employer whose warning letters to an underperforming employee were so positive that she claimed to have been unaware her employment was at stake has successfully defended an unfair dismissal claim. » more »
Even when avenues for improvement appear to be exhausted, it's crucial to follow a procedurally fair process when dismissing an employee for poor performance. In this webinar, an employment lawyer shares guiding principles around terminating for underperformance. » more »