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  • Physical inactivity costs billions by

    PHYSICAL INACTIVITY is costing the Australian economy $13.8 billion a year, recent research has found

  • Redundancy fears haunt UK and US by

    AS THE impact of the global economic downturn takes hold, companies across the UK and the UK are bracing themselves for more redundancies over the coming 12 months

  • The rise of the interim manager by

    Australian businesses are often reluctant to use freelance interim managers to temporarily fill senior leadership vacancies while suitable permanent candidates are sought. However, as Phil Warburton reports, a change in attitude is starting to emerge

  • Movers & Shakers by

    Shaneen Argall has recently been appointed to the newly created role of director, human resources, SMS Management & Technology. Prior to joining SMS, Argall was with the law firm Allens Arthur Robinson in the role of head of policy & talent development.

  • Are experienced employees falling behind? by

    EMPLOYERS SAY workplace skills are more important now for experienced workers than for new entrants to the workforce.

  • Preparing for volatile markets by

    A BUSINESS-as-usual approach to new financial year planning won’t guarantee smooth sailing in the next financial year, according to Graeme Matthews, national managing partner of KPMG’s middle market advisory practice

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