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Multinational firms face global HR challenges
Multinational firms are finding it more difficult to employ staff at every stage of the employee lifecycle, particularly when different countries’ labour laws are often difficult to understand.
Generic recognition won’t win over employees, study shows
Receiving praise goes a long way for employee motivation and engagement, and Australian firms are currently lacking in giving effective recognition, a new study shows.
Why A/NZ workers feel their role is changing due to digital transformation
Australians and New Zealanders are facing increasing job uncertainty due to digital transformation.
Why middle management needs a rebrand - Hays
Middle managers often find the value they bring to an organisation being scrutinised.
Mumba & RITEQ aim to use SaaS to drive employee engagement
"Combining RITEQ and Mumba's best-of-breed technologies is a strong strategic move for both organisations."
Air NZ soaring high for third consecutive year as NZ’s most attractive employer
Air New Zealand was recognised for its financial health, use of the latest technology and strong reputation.
Digital transformation drives demand for tech professionals across NZ
"A good employer will ensure they provide suitable training and development for their top candidates, not just from a technical perspective but also from a soft skill perspective."
NEXTDC introduces policy to support victims of domestic violence
NEXTDC has announced that it will be offering paid leave for victims of domestic violence, and urges other companies to do the same.
Sponsorship: The key to better leadership programmes?
While there are plenty of leadership programmes available for women, those programmes don’t generally work on their own.
Three ways to improve mental health support in the workplace
“Instead of scrambling into action after a crisis, employers need to be more proactive in supporting employees."
Court rules retail chain must pay employees for all hours worked
Smiths City Group had been refusing to pay employees for the ‘optional’ pre-work meeting for years, but has finally been called out in court.