HRD TV

HRD TV brings you closer to the industry's most influential leaders and thinkers. Click on the videos below to watch the interviews:

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How healthy is New Zealand?

Many of NZ's industries are facing an increasing employee health problem, but what can employers do during the 9-5 period to help? HRM asked Vicki Caisley, Southern Cross Health Society’s Head of People and Talent, just how healthy is the Kiwi workforce?

  • People culture: Diversity lesson for leaders a no-brainer People culture: Diversity lesson for leaders a no-brainer(views13733)

    There's clear links between a diverse workforce and high performance - it's up to HR to ensure business leaders understand the business benefits of diversity. We speak to Jerry Sadlowski of Deloitte Consulting, Katriina Tahka of Diversity Council Australia and Steve Rowe of IAG for their thoughts on fostering diversity.

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  • Mining boom: HR strikes gold with big data Mining boom: HR strikes gold with big data(views17018)

    Big data is revolutionising the world of HR - so how can you use it to make strategic business decisions? John Hansen of Oracle, Vaughan Paul of Optus and Barry Thomas of Cook Australia tell HCTV about the latest way to gain insight into your workforce.

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  • Report card: Performance management techniques that work Report card: Performance management techniques that work(views13224)

    Managing staff performance is part of the job for HR - but are there any tried and true ways to perfect this function? We speak to Dawn Tsoubos of CUA, Moira Herbert of Nielsen and Peter Coyne of Crown Melbourne for their thoughts on ensuring staff are up to scratch.

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  • Value add: How to prove HR initiatives are paying dividends Value add: How to prove HR initiatives are paying dividends(views12133)

    There's no doubt an engaged workforce is a productive one - but how can you prove HR initiatives are good investments? We speak to Peter Coyne of Crown Melbourne, Lee Golding of Travelport and Craig Mason of The Next Step for their thoughts on showing the value of staff engagement programs.

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