- Network to “recession proof” your career
Networking has been cited as one of the top three ways to hold on to your job and “recession proof” your career, according to a report released by Hudson.
- New laws make social media interaction dangerous for bosses
New workplace legislation has made social media communications between employers and employees more dangerous for employers, according to a leading workplace relations lawyer
- Secrets of graduate recruiting linked to Facebook
Ernst & Young has seen the number of graduate applications increase by 20 per cent and its graduate acceptance rate increase by 7 per cent this year as a result of its successful graduate recruitment strategy on Facebook
- Graduates advised to jump on Facebook
Prospective graduates should be making the most of social media to get ahead of the pack when it comes to snapping up the pick of graduate places, Michael Specht, founder of HR technology consulting firm Inspecht has told HR Leader
- Discrimination claims against top-tier law firm to proceed
Claims including disability discrimination, sexual harassment and victimisation being made against Clayton Utz by a former employee will be allowed to proceed, after the NSW Administrative Appeals Tribunal (ADT) granted leave on Tuesday.
- Saving 'face'
Thinking about 'friending' your boss on Facebook? You may wish to reconsider. According to a US survey released by Robert Half, nearly half of all employers revealed they were uncomfortable being 'friended' by the staff they manage (48%) or their bosses (47%) on social networking site, Facebook.