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  • Why are your poor performers poor performers? by Iain Hopkins

    Most people don’t show up to work to purposely do a bad job – so it’s important for managers to understand the root cause of performance issues.

  • Which of your workers pass the Twitter “Fire Me” test? by Rose Sneyd

    It’s easy to forget the public nature of the internet – your boss doesn’t follow you on Twitter, so who cares if you tweet a message of hate, or a casual threat? A new app from Germany hopes to remind people that public messages mean anyone can see them, including bosses.

  • Fair Work Ombudsman signs a MOU with Defence by

    In order to strengthen processes to manage shared workforces and show support for Aussie workers who are Reservists, the Fair Work Ombudsman has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Defence.

  • ATO warning: start super planning now by

    Medium and large businesses should start preparing for changes to their super obligations now to ensure they are ready for the changes on time, according to the Australian Taxation Office.

  • The death of email: time for leaders to get social by

    Resistance to change and lack of social media understanding among senior leaders is stifling innovation and transparency in organisations, according to research by CIPD.

  • Are your staff fit for work? by Rose Sneyd

    University researchers are developing means to judge workers’ readiness to return following devastating natural disasters.

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