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Lifting the bar: Aiming for organisation-wide high performance

High performance is a term thrown around a lot in the HR space. But what does it actually mean?
On this week's HCTV we speak to James Bowe and Teresa Fowler of Olympus Australia who believe the definition is simple and something to be aimed for organisation-wide.

  • What’s in store for recruitment in 2016? What’s in store for recruitment in 2016?(views4690)

    A new year means new trends in all aspects of business. The way employers recruit has undergone significant change in recent years, and service providers have responded. HRMTV sat down with Sean Walters and Jonathan Rice, co-founders of virtualRPO, about what’s in store for recruitment in 2016.

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  • Awards success for drawing new recruits Awards success for drawing new recruits(views4731)

    After taking home two awards for their graduate recruitment campaign at the NZ Association of Graduate Employers Awards, Simpson Grierson's Louise Popplewell discusses how the firm draws new recruits.

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  • Making flexible working work for you Making flexible working work for you(views4835)

    As the notion of flexible working grows more popular in the Asia-Pacific region, we caught up with JPS Choudhary, Regional HR Head - Asia, Africa & Middle East at Vodafone, to talk through how they make it work on the ground.

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  • Stretched to breaking point: How HR can bolster psychological wellbeing Stretched to breaking point: How HR can bolster psychological wellbeing(views3910)

    As an industry characterised by high-stress environments, Australia's legal profession has taken steps to minimise the significant negative impacts felt by employees. What can other industries take from their lead, and what role do HR professionals play?

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  • Is corruption costing you talent? Is corruption costing you talent?(views4131)

    A new report from Ernst & Young, 'Fraud & Corruption - driving away talent?', has highlighted that any whiff of corruption is a significant turn-off for talent. Warren Dunn, partner at Ernst & Young advises HR what they can do to uphold high ethical standards to negate this retention issue.

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  • Why companies are failing at compliance Why companies are failing at compliance(views5094)

    A constantly changing legislative environment means it's tougher than ever for employers to stay on top of compliance issues. Ross Patterson, partner at Minter Ellison Rudd Watts, suggests the key is staff training - but which training option is the most effective?

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  • Playing catch up: NZ's employment law space Playing catch up: NZ's employment law space(views4105)

    The employment law space in New Zealand is growing in both size and focus however, John Hannan, partner at DLA Piper New Zealand explains how far it has left to go.

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  • Helping redundant employees create a new future Helping redundant employees create a new future(views4662)

    The NZ Post Group contains some of NZ's most iconic brands such as Kiwibank and CourierPost, but has been experiencing a sharp decline in demand over the last few years, particularly in the NZ Post part of the business. Group General Manager People & Capability, Jo Avenell explains how those changes are affecting their people going forward.

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  • Embracing diversity company-wide at Coca-Cola Amatil Embracing diversity company-wide at Coca-Cola Amatil(views6499)

    Coca Cola Amatil New Zealand has become one of the most highly accredited workplaces for diversity, after years of conscious struggle by their HR team. GM of Human Resources Martin King explains that theirs is a wholistic approach.

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