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  • Case highlights lines of appropriate conduct by

    The case currently underway in the UK of an HR manager who is claiming he was forced out of his job after being disciplined over his conduct on LinkedIn has set tongues wagging.

  • Business Clean Up Day a team exercise with a difference by

    If you’ve been in search of a different kind of team bonding exercise with a long list of benefits to boot, the official 2012 Business Clean Up Day may be just what you’ve been looking for.

  • HR manager smoked out for posting CV on LinkedIn by

    A HR manager was forced out of his job after posting his CV on LinkedIn and ticking the ‘interested in career opportunities’ box, a tribunal in the UK has heard.

  • New addition to the C-Suite: the CDO by

    In order to show that workplaces are really walking the talk in terms of ensuring diversity, adding a new member to the C-Suite – the chief diversity officer (CDO) – is becoming all the rage.

  • Double-check you’re not underpaying staff or risk FWO wrath by

    An official audit conducted by the Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) has found that more than a quarter of Australian retailers have been underpaying their staff by failing to record their hours and rate of pay correctly.

  • Disclosure of civil law breaches in question by

    The latest public gaffe by Queensland’s troubled Department of Health has raised questions over whether civil law breaches should be more closely scrutinised in the pre-employment screening stage.

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