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The true cost of sick leave: $3.4 million? by Caitlin Nobes | 2012-05-18 1:12:45 AM

Most HR pros know their absence rate; but how many realize just how much sick leave is costing their company?read more

Mental health support: What your workforce needs by | 2012-05-11 11:34:46 PM

You might offer employees free gym membership, but do you offer them often much more crucial help with their psychological needs?read more

Time to get past the carrot and the stick by | 2012-05-09 8:51:18 AM

The notion that if you pay people more, you’ll get more – more productivity, more engagement, more ROI – is being turned on its head by an increasingly large body of research confirming what some forward thinking leaders have been aware of for years: cash will only get you so far. read more

HR Star: Bill Cheshire by | 2012-05-05 3:10:25 AM

This HR Star has gone from red pencils to rodeo riding in his career, and his pet peeve is companies abandoning their pension responsibilities.read more

Turnover in HR’s own backyard not pretty by | 2012-05-05 1:23:43 AM

As the champions of fighting turnover and retaining key staff, HR has to do more to improve retention in their own teams, an HR consultancy expert has warned.read more

Smokers suck up $6,000 extra a year by Caitlin Nobes | 2012-04-27 11:07:01 PM

You might be surprised at just how much smokers cost you, according to new research.read more

Tattoo taboo: Can you ask workers to cover up? by Caitlin Nobes | 2012-04-25 11:24:14 PM

Staff and management often clash over dress codes, but how do you manage someone’s skin?read more

Reference risk: could ex-employees sue? by Caitlin Nobes | 2012-04-25 10:59:48 AM

Lack of caution could cost employers a whopping $70,000 in damages.read more

Hire a psychopath by | 2012-04-21 5:15:22 AM

Scientists have said individuals with some psychopathic traits – such as being ruthless and callous – might actually be good for business.read more