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  • Virtual workforce management to become HR priority by Astrid Wilson

    Over the next three years virtual workforce management will become an increasingly important priority for HR professionals, according to a new study.

  • Educate to retain and reward by

    Do you need to be a major player to offer further education to your employees? Siona Singletary doesn't believe so. Here's what her company, EI Group, has done.

  • Workers set for pay rise as fight for talent begins by

    They say that every cloud has a silver lining, and amid concern over a national skills shortage, Australian workers could at least be looking forward to a decent pay hike.

  • Feature: Psychometric testing by

    Psychometrics is a well acknowledged and established tool when it comes to assessment and development of job candidates and employees. HR Leader looks at the latest trends and how HR can prepare.

  • Upping the performance management ante by

    Effective feedback is a vital part of any performance management system. HR Leader examines KPMG’s upward feedback system and how the firm has benefited as a result

  • Westpac leads by bumping up parents’ super funds by

    Westpac Group’s announcement that it will pay employees’ superannuation when taking unpaid parental leave is set to force Australian employers to look twice at their own parental benefits offering.

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