When recruiting for a new role the recruiting person aims to get the best applicant for the job and looks for and considers factors such as the best possible fit to the organisational values of the organisation, the skills required for the job, the desired attitude to be successful in the role and the personality to fit with the team and / or shake it up.
When the successful applicant commences in a role, they undertake the various aspects of the role required of them, such as, for…Continue
Listen to your team!
I can’t express the need to listen to your team enough. I was reminded when it was reported (rightly or wrongly) that employees at Dreamworld had expressed safety concerns for a period of time prior to the horrible unfortunate recent incident.
This also happened with another high media case at the Bundaberg Hospital some years ago with Dr…Continue
At HR Business Direction, we were honoured to have been announced as a finalist in the 2016 Queensland Safe Work and Return to Work Awards in the category of Best work health and safety practices in a small business. At the Awards Ceremony, we were thrilled to receive a Commended Award. “Big deal” you might say! Well, it was to us and through my eyes as the Business Owner, Managing Director and…Continue
At HR Business Direction, we are proud supporters of RUOK? in the promotion of regular, meaningful conversations in the workplace.
There are many benefits to creating an environment or culture where asking RUOK? is part of the workplace and these range from having a positive workplace culture, minimising workplace risks, preventing discrimination, improving the retention rate of skilled and experienced employees, improved…Continue