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New chief executive named for Australian HR Institute
Sarah McCann-Bartlett has been named the CEO after an extensive search.
Infor: Can technology save the healthcare crisis?
To resolve these challenges with the limited resources available, healthcare organisations - and their HR departments - need to work smarter.
Performance management systems not effective, Gartner finds
“One of the reasons performance management initiatives are failing is the increasing demands placed on the outputs of the process."
Jane Betts appointed chief people officer at Findex
Betts’ role will sit in the executive management team, where she will be responsible for the driving the group’s employee engagement, retention and acquisition strategies.
Microland hires Ramya Sampath Sharma as chief people officer
" I strongly believe that people are integral in enabling this growth and I look forward to working closely with the leadership in building a next generation digital workforce."
Digital optimisation makes HR processes easier - Hyland
Although we tend to think of data breaches as the work of malicious hackers, carelessness and mishandling of sensitive documents are just as likely to be the culprit.
Oracle, CrimsonLogic amongst best places to work in Singapore
CrimsonLogic, Adventus, Intellect Minds, Grab, SAS Institute and Titansoft Sony Electronics and Oracle are amongst the best places to work in Singapore, according to a new publication by HR Asia.
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.
Allianz executive swap program creates stronger company culture
Allianz is doing its bit to create a strong company culture – by creating a new human resources (HR) programme that allows senior executives to shadow their colleagues.
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.
Tech/talent combo key to solving underemployment, says Verint
IT and HR leaders must work more closely together to redefine the future workforce in order to keep the Aussie job market from collapsing.
Datacenter People expands Asian presence
Global data center industry recruitment firm Datacenter People has revealed it will expand its practice in Asia, via a partnership with Singapore-based HR Exchange.
Five key ways an IT professional can keep their body and mind healthy
Sitting in the same place facing an artificially lit screen for 6-8 hours a day can have a negative impact on your overall health if you don’t offset it with diet and exercise.
How HR leaders can capitalise on their moment in the spotlight
“Segmenting employees empowers leaders with various channels to effectively engage with the entire workforce."
Data#3 wins learning and development award two years running
Chief Learning Officer magazine’s LearningElite programme honours the best organisations for learning and development.
Why HR departments need enterprise content management
"Using tools ranging from automated document capture to web-based digital forms, a comprehensive ECM solution modernises HR."
Gartner: Good talent put off by old tech
Technology now ranks in the top ten reasons Australian employees will leave their current role, according to Gartner’s 4Q18 Global Talent Monitor.
QJumpers named in top 10 for recruitment software
The Kiwi-founded QJumpers’ has been named as one of the Top 10 Recruitment Software Solution Providers by HR Tech Outlook.
The rise of the chief compliance officer – Digital Guardian
What does the role entail, and does your organisation need one?
Report: Tuesday is the best day to send a job offer
Tuesday is the best day to send a job offer to a potential new employee & 40% of those employees may accept their job offer through a mobile device.
ANZ HR leaders lagging behind global leaders in tech adoption
ServiceNow’s Knowledge18 event opened in Vegas this week with news that ANZ companies are struggling to retain talent due to sluggish tech adoption.
Hong Kong shines at workplace culture awards
Employers that are more transparent, supportive of staff growth and lead by example are more likely to be rated as a good place to work by staff.
What Artificial Intelligence and golf have in common
Oracle compares implementing AI for business to something we all know and love, the sport of golf.
2018: When AI will humanise the workplace - HR Trends for Australasia
Oracle talks about the major AI-driven trends that we'll see this year in HR.