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  • Summer clerkship recruitment still a priority by

    In stark contrast to their UK counterparts, Australian firms are standing strong when it comes to their summer clerk recruitment programs.

  • Falling in line with learning by

    Organisations must comply with a growing number of legislative and regulatory requirements. Craig Donaldson examines some of the more important requirements and looks at how HR can help their organisations make the most of online compliance training

  • Online compliance training: technology as tutor by

    There have been a number of important technological developments in online compliance training. Craig Donaldson examines these trends and looks at how HR can maximise the return on investment in online compliance training

  • Flexibility retains female partners by

    THE PERCENTAGE of female partners employed in law firm Mallesons Stephen Jaques has risen from 17 to 22 per cent in five years and is growing due to a series of innovative retention strategies.

  • Dawn of Daddy day care? by

    PARENTS WILL soon enjoy increased flexibility and extended maternity leave if the Government’s plans to incorporate extra maternity leave entitlements into the National Employment Standards are passed.

  • Federal Court upholds Nikolich by

    EMPLOYERS SHOULD ensure that representations made in letters of offer, employment contracts, HR policies and even corporate values and mission statements are consistent with the real experience of their workplace, after a landmark full Federal Court decision in Goldman Sachs JBWere Services Pty Ltd v Nikolich [2007] FCAFC 120

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