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Case study: Morale and productivity key focus areas in struggling sectors


In organisations that are particularly exposed to tough economic or market conditions, HR professionals must know how to rapidly shift priorities and prove their value to the executive team, say the global and Australian heads of recruitment firm Robert Walters. » more »

Help leaders avoid communication breakdowns

Your company's leaders might think they are effective communicators, but according to leadership expert Jeremy Kingsley, without face-to-face contact and follow-up to ensure messages have been received as intended, they risk communication breakdowns that can quickly lead to disaster. » more »

How proficient are your people?

Managers need to be able to recognise specific milestones on an employee's journey from 'ignorance to mastery' that indicate their level of proficiency, says HR Daily Community blogger, David Klaasen. » more »

Webcast: Why invest in workplace wellness

Investing in workplace wellness reduces business costs associated with absence and workers' compensation, but there are clear benefits in terms of engagement and productivity as well, says Aon Hewitt principal Danni Hocking. In this webcast, she outlines:

  • the positive impact of workplace wellness programs;
  • the business impact of unhealthy employees;
  • how to integrate wellness programs based on your organisation's risk profile;
  • HR's role in workplace wellness;
  • a case study of a successful workplace wellness initiative; and
  • the importance of articulating the return on investment in workplace wellness.
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