As corporate campuses begin to fall from favour, businesses will need to find new ways to attract and retain the best and brightest of Generation Z, writes Jacqueline Anderson, HR Director, Nintex. Before the coronavirus pandemic began up-ending economies and societies around the world, the campus-style workplace had been strongly […]
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With predictive policing and crime forecasting gaining attention, although not always good, it is not surprising that businesses are considering how to deploy analytics in their fight against employee misconduct. Certainly, financial regulators have encouraged organisations to become more sophisticated in how they use both quantitative and qualitative data to […]
The Victorian Government recently passed the Wage Theft Act 2020 (Vic) (“the Act”), which establishes new criminal offences in order to target employers who dishonestly underpay or do not pay workers their employee entitlements, writes Amy Zhang The Act, which will not come into operation until 1 July 2021 unless […]
For HR leaders, insights captured by their annual or bi-annual engagement surveys just won’t cut it. While these platforms remain an important channel, such is the rate of change right now businesses need more regular insights – sometimes weekly – into the issues that matter, writes Steve Bennetts, Head of […]
New working from home arrangements are the least of some employees’ concerns over COVID 19 induced change – prompting the need for positive reframe writes Natalie Green. In the name of employment security, many workers are facing the unsettling prospect of taking on new unfamiliar roles or new facets to […]