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Novated leasing of a vehicle is increasingly used as part of companies' engagement or retention strategies, as Claire Dalton of Orix explains.
Aon Hewitt's Alison Hall and NZLead's Amanda Sterling discuss how social technologies can be harnessed as brand building perception tools.
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.
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.
Cutting through in the now crowded space of online recruitment can be intimidating. This week HCTV speaks to Rony Kahan and Chris McDonald of Indeed.com to find out how they are helping recruiters adapt to the changing market.
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.
Psychometric testing is a well-established tool in HR’s armoury but what exactly is its return on investment? On this week's HCTV we speak to Jeremy Nichols of Chandler Macleod who maintains that post-GFC companies are becoming more discerning when taking on new talent, and that psychometric testing is an increasingly large part of that.
Commonwealth's eye catching new twin buildings at Commonwealth Bank Place certainly are beautiful, but it's the fundamental changes inside that are really worth a second look.
We speak to Anna Sparks, who was responsible for the change management side of CommBank's big move, for her insights into the bank's shift to activity based working.
Progressive HR leaders are finding new and quirky ways to reward star performers. We speak to Simone Carroll of REA Group and Rose Clements of Microsoft for their thoughts on effective ways to celebrate employees' contribution to business.
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