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  • My brilliant career – Daljit Singh, director global talent management, Baker & McKenzie by

    My brilliant career – Daljit Singh

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    SEVENTY-NINE PER CENT of Australians don’t get paid for working extra hours

  • Business continuity gets over IT by

    INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY failures remain among the biggest causes of downtime for business continuity (BC) managers, and are at the core of BC planning, but many organisations are now doing far more to plan for staff welfare, according to a survey of continuity managers

  • Doing your hiring homework by

    A not inconsiderable number of employees either fabricate or ‘massage the truth’ in their résumés. Human Resources speaks with some experts about the process of pre-employment screening, exposes some of the pitfalls and provides a few best practice tips for HR professionals

  • People No. 1 challenge for companies by

    PEOPLE ARE now the number one concern for private companies, ranking before growth and profitability, according to recent research

  • Talent retention key to successful M&A by

    The biggest challenge in merger and acquisition (M&A) deals is not generating synergies or proving the value of the deal, but retaining staff at the acquired company, according to a recent survey by performance improvement consultancy The Forum Corporation

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