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  • Graduate conference set for Sydney by

    Graduate Careers Australia (GCA) and the National Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services (NAGCAS) will be hosting the conference, Partnering for success: employers, universities and our graduate talent, in Sydney from the 9-12 November 2008

  • Dirty little secrets – how to write a resume with more impact by

    I am a HR Generalist with a global fortune 500 company. I have worked for my current employer for 3 years and have a total of 6 years experience working within HR

  • The Asian equation by

    More Australian HR professionals than ever before are fast-tracking their careers on the Asian Express. Teresa Russell talks to Australian HR expatriates in Hong Kong, Singapore and India about their challenging work

  • Weighing up overseas secondments by

    I am currently considering overseas appointments within my field of HR but have heard conflicting reports if this would be advantageous or not when coming back to Australia. What are some of things I would need to consider to make an informed choice?

  • How to increase your HR salary by

    I am an experienced HR consultant and I am feeling frustrated and de-motivated in my employment, as HR is being seen as a “cost centre”. Due to this mentality, I have not had a salary increase in over two years. HR salaries across the board seem to be increasing, and I feel I have the skills and experience to justify a pay rise. What are some of the factors dictating HR salaries and what can I do to increase mine?

  • 2008: Buoyant HR job market ahead by

    2008 is shaping up to be a good year for HR jobs. Craig Donaldson speaks with a number of experts about the latest trends and how HR professionals can make the most of career opportunities over the coming year

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