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  • Obscene Facebook photos and workplace consequences by Stephanie Zillman

    How would your workplace respond to an employee posting obscene, offensive or plainly inappropriate content on Facebook? In the wake of a scandal in the US, it’s high-time to consider.

  • Pinteresting news for recruiters by Rose Sneyd

    Pinterest is now the third most popular social media network, behind Facebook and Tumblr – are Aussie businesses leveraging Pinterest for recruitment?

  • Time to take a lunch break by Miriam Bell

    Most employees eat lunch at their desks, but a new article warns that not taking a proper break during the working day comes with high risks.

  • HR technology in the new workplace by External

    Richard Watson outlines how technology can improve business outcomes in a time-poor and rapidly changing world.

  • Online jobs ads no longer cutting edge by HCA

    While the decline of print advertisements for jobs has been well documented, industry experts have predicted the beginning of a so-called 'third wave' of recruitment, whereby 'traditional' online job advertisements are losing out in favour of social networks.

  • Google pay hike is ‘short sighted’ by

    Google’s announcement that it is to award a 10 per cent pay rise for its entire global workforce has been criticised for being a “short-term tactic that won’t prevent the Facebook brain-drain” by a leading reward expert.

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