26 - 27 June, 2018 | Australia

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The 3rd Annual Workforce Planning Summit 2018 is set to return this year on the between 26 - 27 June in Sydney!With 30% of the Australian workforce market consisting of contingent workers, the changes in our workforce demographic and an increase in ne ...

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Best Practice Workforce Planning Strategies to Effectively Plan, Manage and Engage Your Workforce

Ahead of the Workforce Planning Summit 2018 we look at the workforce optimisation strategies being leveraged by four organisations and delve into how these strategies are helping fill capability gaps, more effectively forecast workforce needs and improve productivity.  

Preparing for a Next Generation Workforce: Strategies to Optimise and Streamline Workforce Planning

Ahead of the Workforce Planning Summit 2018 we look at five strategies some of Australia’s biggest organisations from banking, education, telecommunications, hospitality and media are leveraging in a bid to optimise their workforce for the future. 

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How the Salvation Army is Navigating their Biggest Amalgamation Through Re-Evaluating their Workforce Planning Strategy

In this presentation from the Workforce Planning Summit 2018, Penny Lovett, National Chief Human Resources Officer at Salvation Army discusses;Exploring the changes occurring within the organisation and the effects of this in their workforce planning sectorHow to build workforce capability whilst retaining employees to build a national organisationUnderstanding the benefits of the amalgamation and how to address and...

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The external workforce: are you realising its full value?

As CIOs and other executives across enterprises turn to contractors, freelancers and other external workers to fill  skills gaps and meet their strategic objectives, they are transforming the way work gets done. However, many organisations lack the management rigour and C-suite attention to reap the full value of their external...

Remote work is the 'new frontier', but is it really the death of the office?

There's a new wave of companies embracing "remote work", with employees spread across continents and time zones, freed from the cubicle and a soul-sapping daily commute. Gone are the days of water cooler chat and bonding at a messy staff Christmas party. Remote companies find innovative ways for their workers...

2018: When AI will humanise the workplace - HR Trends for Australasia

The rapid growth of workforce data has led to a transformation in the way organisations are using Artificial Intelligence (AI) to develop and personalize their HR services and building a more compelling and attractive Employee Experience (EX) for their people. AI has already transformed HR Insights and now drives nearly...

The learning continuum: HR’s role in future-proofing the workforce

In today’s ever-changing world, there is a demand for new skill sets every year. For organisations to survive in the long term, it is imperative they ensure staff remain future-ready and embrace a culture of lifelong learning.In such an ever-changing world, Jennifer Wu, vice-president of talent and operations at LEWIS...

A world of change in the modernising workforce

If you’re concerned about the future of work in Australia, don’t look to iconic Australian band Men at Work for guidance. While I’m a big fan of their ironically named 1982 debut album, Business as Usual, the central message of their song Down Under is that if you hear thunder,...