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A long-serving employee could have avoided dismissal had she been honest about drinking on the job, the Fair Work Commission has ruled. Also in this article: the five characteristics of self-disruptive leaders; organisations lack change-readiness; and more.
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Providing employees with greater autonomy and specific training in 'ideation' sets the groundwork for innovation, say the people leaders at an organisation embarking on a new chapter.
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Salary projections for top HR managers are as much as $50k higher than a year ago, according to Robert Half's 2019 guide. Also in this article, the FWC has rejected that a casual employee's dismissal was a genuine redundancy; and more.
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An employer has successfully defended dismissing an employee for supplying illicit dr-gs in the workplace, security breaches and possessing p-rn, despite his claim its procedures were flawed.
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New research analysing the profiles of 150,000 leaders from Korn Ferry's proprietary data reveals five qualities of high-performing leaders and a model of leadership for disruptive times.
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The new reality of workplace compliance enforcement is that large, sophisticated employers are regularly being caught out for inadvertent breaches, says former Fair Work Ombudsman Natalie James.
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An employee who claimed HR meetings were a "direct cause" of his psychiatric condition has been denied compensation, after a commission found the HR department did everything it could to assist him.
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HR professionals aren't taking full advantage of three "obvious" ways to ensure their organisation has the right talent, according to Deloitte's 2019 global human capital trends report.
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CBRE is embarking on a major program to boost its internal mobility, with its market research identifying this as a key area where Australia lacks strong examples.
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Procrastination among managers is becoming more common as a result of new technology and ways of working, leading to employee frustration and "deviant" behaviour, a Deakin Business School researcher says.
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