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  • HRD issue 14.04

    Rapid growth into Asia and a keen focus on D&I are key focus areas for global liquor giant Brown-Forman. Here are Michelle Phipps’ top tips

  • HRD issue 14.03

    Innovative companies will invariably be leaders in their field. See who made the grade in HRD’s inaugural Innovative HR Teams list

  • HRD issue 14.02

    When Geoffrey Woodcroft joined Peabody Energy in 2010 the resources boom was at its peak; HR was focused on growth. Fast-forward six years and things have changed – dramatically. Iain Hopkins chats to one HRD who believes HR comes into its own when the chips are down

  • HRD issue 13.12

    From the reinvention of performance management to the age disruption and HR’s evolving role, HRD takes a look back at 2015.

  • HRD issue 13.11

    Who has made the grade in HRD’s annual who’s who list? Who is blazing the trail for others to follow? Our 2015 Hot List reveals all

  • HRD issue 13.10

    Any HR professional will tell you a merger can be a recipe for disaster. However, it’s unlikely those same HR professionals have gone through anything quite so traumatic as Vodafone’s last six years. Iain Hopkins talks to one HRD who’s seen it all

  • HRD issue 13.09

    KFC may have made its name with 11 secret herbs and spices, but the key to its HR success is more transparent. With one of the world’s largest contingent workforces, Miklos Bolza talks to the company’s chief people officer for SOPAC about L&D within this challenging environment

  • HRD issue 13.08

    HRD asked over 3,000 HR professionals in the Asia-Pacific region for their opinions about their profession. The results provide a snapshot of the health of this ever-evolving industry, showcasing what’s being done well and what needs to improve

  • HRD issue 13.07

    HRD presents a series of features looking at ways in which you can do your job as HR director much more effectively in 2015. From bolstering gender equality to creating a stickier employment brand, we’ve got you covered.

  • HRD issue 13.06

    Where to next? As GM Holden transitions from a manufacturing company to a national sales company, Chloe Taylor chats to its HR director about how the iconic brand is remodelling for the future

  • HRD issue 13.05

    Cover story: Employer of Choice 2015 The votes are in, and the results have been tallied. Find out how employees rated their employers in the inaugural HRD Employer of Choice survey

  • HRD issue 13.04

    Cover story: Aussie abroad Australian HR practitioners should heed the advice of Singapore-based Carolyn Moore, regional HR director for J.Walter Thompson: “An overseas post is the best learning experience you’ll ever have.” She reveals the challenges, opportunities and benefits that an overseas stint can provide

  • HRD issue 13.03

    Cover story: CEOs on HR With new research indicating that CHROs are ideal candidates for the top role, we talk to leading CEOs about what they expect from their HR heads and what their people-related challenges are

  • HRD issue 13.02

    Cover story: KPMG’s agile work practices. One wouldn’t naturally think a professional services firm would be a hot-bed of innovative work, but KPMG is bucking the trend, as Iain Hopkins discovers

  • HRD issue 13.01

    Good to great: HR innovation leaders