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About

HRM

HRM is a website and magazine owned by the Australian HR Institute and managed by publishing agency Mahlab. The site contains essential news, resources and information for human resource professionals and workplace leaders in particular. You can find articles featuring the latest developments in HR and career management or search the site to find an article of interest for your organisation or for your own professional interests.

View our privacy policy here.

Want to find out more about AHRI membership? Find out how a membership with AHRI can benefit your career by visiting the AHRI website.

Contributing

Interested in having your work published in HRM magazine or on HRMOnline? Please read these guidelines before emailing us.


Editorial enquiries

Kate Neilson
Editor
kate@mahlab.co
(02) 9556 9100

Phoebe Armstrong
Journalist
phoebe@mahlab.co

Advertising enquiries:

Josh Lomas
Advertising Sales Manager
josh@mahlab.co

Jelena Li
Group Publishing Director
jelena@mahlab.co


Australian HR Institute (AHRI)

The Australian HR Institute (AHRI) is the national association representing human resource and people management professionals, with more than 20,000 members from Australia and across the globe.

Whether you want to develop your career, advance the HR profession, get HR support, stay in touch with the latest HR developments, or help to grow the HR and management skills of your team, AHRI membership is for you. Become a member

AHRI sets the professional standard for HR in Australia through HR certification; provides formal education and training services in HR, people management and business skills; produces world-class conferences; and holds seminars and networking opportunities across Australia – including the annual AHRI National Convention and Exhibition. AHRI also commends excellence in HR practice across Australia through the annual AHRI Awards. Find out more at ahri.com.au

Connect with AHRI on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram, and join in the latest HR discussion with more than 63,000 HR professionals worldwide on the HR discussion group on LinkedIn.

Level 2, 31 Queen Street, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

D: +61 (0) 3 9918 9287 |  M: +61 (0) 478 909 313

General enquiries (AHRI):

AHRI Member & Student Support team
enquiries@ahri.com.au
1300 811 880

Network with HR professionals

HR discussion group (LinkedIn)

Network with more than 63,000 HR professionals from Australia and across the globe in this LinkedIn discussion group moderated by AHRI. Join online discussions on all things HR. This group is exclusive to AHRI members.

AHRI networks

AHRI networks are groups of HR professionals that share your interests and reside in your regional area. Networks are run by AHRI members that volunteer their time and expertise to expand the scope of knowledge in a particular HR area of interest. Find out more.

Find out what’s happening in your area.

 

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About

HRM

HRM is a website and magazine owned by the Australian HR Institute and managed by publishing agency Mahlab. The site contains essential news, resources and information for human resource professionals and workplace leaders in particular. You can find articles featuring the latest developments in HR and career management or search the site to find an article of interest for your organisation or for your own professional interests.

View our privacy policy here.

Want to find out more about AHRI membership? Find out how a membership with AHRI can benefit your career by visiting the AHRI website.

Contributing

Interested in having your work published in HRM magazine or on HRMOnline? Please read these guidelines before emailing us.


Editorial enquiries

Kate Neilson
Editor
kate@mahlab.co
(02) 9556 9100

Phoebe Armstrong
Journalist
phoebe@mahlab.co

Advertising enquiries:

Josh Lomas
Advertising Sales Manager
josh@mahlab.co

Jelena Li
Group Publishing Director
jelena@mahlab.co


Australian HR Institute (AHRI)

The Australian HR Institute (AHRI) is the national association representing human resource and people management professionals, with more than 20,000 members from Australia and across the globe.

Whether you want to develop your career, advance the HR profession, get HR support, stay in touch with the latest HR developments, or help to grow the HR and management skills of your team, AHRI membership is for you. Become a member

AHRI sets the professional standard for HR in Australia through HR certification; provides formal education and training services in HR, people management and business skills; produces world-class conferences; and holds seminars and networking opportunities across Australia – including the annual AHRI National Convention and Exhibition. AHRI also commends excellence in HR practice across Australia through the annual AHRI Awards. Find out more at ahri.com.au

Connect with AHRI on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram, and join in the latest HR discussion with more than 63,000 HR professionals worldwide on the HR discussion group on LinkedIn.

Level 2, 31 Queen Street, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

D: +61 (0) 3 9918 9287 |  M: +61 (0) 478 909 313

General enquiries (AHRI):

AHRI Member & Student Support team
enquiries@ahri.com.au
1300 811 880

Network with HR professionals

HR discussion group (LinkedIn)

Network with more than 63,000 HR professionals from Australia and across the globe in this LinkedIn discussion group moderated by AHRI. Join online discussions on all things HR. This group is exclusive to AHRI members.

AHRI networks

AHRI networks are groups of HR professionals that share your interests and reside in your regional area. Networks are run by AHRI members that volunteer their time and expertise to expand the scope of knowledge in a particular HR area of interest. Find out more.

Find out what’s happening in your area.

 

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