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  • No such thing as an innocent bystander in workplace bullying by Elizabeth Barnard

    New research has found that workplace bullying can involve everyone in a workplace, and adds weight to the old saying that those who aren’t part of the solution, are part of the problem.

  • Recruitment myth: Migrants given jobs over Aussies by Stephanie Zillman

    A solid set of numbers has finally been released which indicates skilled overseas workers on 457 visas are not taking away resources sector jobs from Australians.

  • Job hunters hooked on job boards and newspapers despite social media by HCA

    From LinkedIn to upcoming Facebook Jobs – it seems social media is the new frontier of job ads, but a new study shows most people still rely on internet job boards and newspaper ads.

  • Forget the skills gap, are you facing a passion gap? by Caitlin Nobes

    How many skills do you usually list in job descriptions? Well, there’s a new game in town that’s focused on finding the people with the passion, not just the people who tick all the skill boxes.

  • Good day at the office for HR at Qantas by Stephanie Zillman

    Fair Work has released its tensely awaited ruling in the Qantas industrial dispute, largely finding in favour of the airline. The judgment is a significant win and the findings will have important flow-on effects.

  • Stand-up desks: fad or future? by HCA

    The stand-up desk may conjure up imagery of funky offices in Silicon Valley, where people skateboard to their meetings, wheat-grass shot in hand. Yet this in one office trend with grounding in science.

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