Counting the cost of a single bad hire
It’s no surprise that more than half of employers in 10 of the world’s largest economies acknowledge having made a bad hire, but the financial consequences may be very high.
How women make the steep climb to the top
Ambition, supportive partners, and good managers and mentors were essential to these women executives’ success.
How to manage women at work – the 1940s way
In an excerpt from the July 1943 edition of a publication called 'Transportation Magazine', male supervisors received some useful advice about managing women in the workplace.
Pick a career path with this 1960s board game
This 50-year old board game, “What Shall I Be?”, had girls excitedly collecting school, subject and personality cards towards different professions.
Onboarding and the bottom line
An excellent onboarding process has a real, positive impact on a business’s bottom line, according to new research.
Old-fashioned job seekers wary of social media
As the recruitment industry stands, job seekers still prefer to use traditional methods of sourcing new roles, according to new research.
A new approach to mobility, or not?
Just as you were getting used to the BYOD phenomenon, a new approach to mobility has reared its head: COPE.
ATO to investigate temporary visas
The Australian Tax Office (ATO) has announced that it will undertake a data-matching exercise, targeting one million holders of Australian temporary visas.
Graduate hopes to ‘kick start’ career
A recent communications graduate has launched a Kickstarter-inspired resume that offers rewards to those who share it across social media platforms.
Time to bust e-recruitment myths: expert
E-recruitment has been around long enough for misconceptions to spring up around it – we bust the 3 biggest myths!