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What the Living Wage Movement means for your company
The Living Wage Movement has gained traction globally in recent years. HRMTV sat down with Annie Newman, national convenor of the Living Wage Movement Aotearoa, to discuss why its popularity has grown and why there are significant benefits to employers who embrace and support the movement.
Rise of the machines: HR and job automation(views3896)
With increasing job automation and developments like machine learning and artificial intelligence gaining traction, there are fears that many job roles will be made redundant or require a significant overhaul to remain viable. While HR roles are not immune to this trend, Jason Ennor, CEO of MyHR, says there is more to be gained than lost from these developments.
New Zealand takes strong stance on diversity(views6901)
A leading expert in the area of diversity and inclusion says Kiwi employers have displayed “a clear and strong” approach in recent years.
The battle against unconscious biases(views6149)
HR professionals strive to create diverse and inclusive workplaces but unconscious biases can undermine even the best efforts says industry expert Fezeela Raza.
Three leadership traits for building awesome corporate cultures(views8405)
Every leader wants to create a strong, resilient corporate culture – but getting to that point requires bringing together multiple elements. HRMTV sat down with Sandy Hall, IBM’s best workplaces director, to chat about the three essential traits leaders must demonstrate to build a successful culture.
Making flexible working work for you(views6494)
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.
Stretched to breaking point: How HR can bolster psychological wellbeing(views5441)
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?
Why companies are failing at compliance(views7184)
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?
Reward and Rec-Ignition: Getting your employees on the road(views5810)
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(views5784)
Aon Hewitt's Alison Hall and NZLead's Amanda Sterling discuss how social technologies can be harnessed as brand building perception tools.