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  • Bosses say no to working from home by

    MORE THAN two thirds of UK employers (69 per cent) never or occasionally accept employee requests to work from home.

  • Hard work needed to combat skills crisis in mining by

    There is no magic wand for companies in the mining sector trying to overcome skills shortages, only the need to optimise their recruitment practices and do it better than competitors, mining leaders were told at a recent conference in Sydney

  • Recruiters failing to embrace Web 2.0 technology by

    A UK STUDY has revealed that just 10 per cent of HR and recruitment managers social networking sites and only a small minority used blogs, videos or other technology for recruitment

  • Companies re-examine international assignments by

    SHORT-TERM ASSIGNMENTS and extended business trips are increasing as companies are taking a more global approach to doing business, a KPMG study has found

  • Tapping into the latest on talent by

    Competition for talent is growing increasingly fierce. Sarah O’ Carroll reports on the latest trends and techniques for snaring talent across a variety of sectors

  • Competitor branding impacts attrition by

    Australian companies that fail to have a clearly defined strategy for their employer brand will lose talent to the increasing number who are getting it right, according to Brett Minchington, MD of Collective Learning Australia and co-founding partner of the Employer Brand Institute

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