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The battle against unconscious biases
HR professionals strive to create diverse and inclusive workplaces but unconscious biases can undermine even the best efforts says industry expert Fezeela Raza.
Technology key to HR perception problem(views4736)
Jason Ennor of MyHR believes that a lot of employees' negative perceptions around HR stem from inefficient processes.
How healthy is New Zealand?(views5266)
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?
Recruitment challenges and solutions(views5381)
We speak to Megan Eriksen, National Recruitment Lead for Dick Smith about the challenges facing NZ employers in the current market.
Diversity priorities in 2015: Women and wisdom workers(views4976)
We talk to Bev Cassidy-Mackenzie, Chief Executive of the Equal Employment Opportunities Trust about the diversity landscape for New Zealand business. Bev believes that 2015 may be poised to be a big year for the advancement of workplace diversity, with a few issues pushing to the fore.
Challenging change fatigue(views5006)
In a world that's rapidly and constantly changing, what can HR do to manage change fatigue within their teams? Bob Barbour of Lion offers his insights.
Reward and Rec-Ignition: Getting your employees on the road(views4513)
Novated leasing of a vehicle is increasingly used as part of companies' engagement or retention strategies, as Claire Dalton of Orix explains.
Social Technology as a perception tool(views4531)
Aon Hewitt's Alison Hall and NZLead's Amanda Sterling discuss how social technologies can be harnessed as brand building perception tools.
The Key Facts: 2014 Health and Safety Reform Bill(views5659)
Laura Scampion of DLA Phillips Fox details the new regulations proposed by the new Health and Safety reform bill, the most sweeping legislative changes for over 20 years, and what HR can be doing to prepare.
HR drive in holdings reaps rewards(views4603)
Hellaby Holdings is an investment company with a difference. By improving HR capabilities in the companies in it's portfolio, they add value for shareholders and employees equally.