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    The Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) has said that the rate of casual employment has doubled over the last 25 years, but other industry bodies have disputed the figure.

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    The brightest and best in the Australian human resources industry have been named with the release of Human Capital magazine’s annual Who’s Who list.

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    A new study from Cornell University has asked whether people would prefer a highly paid job that demanded very long hours, or better work-life balance but with less pay.

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    The benefits of social media for HR extend beyond recruitment, and according to industry leaders, the possibilities are virtually endless and limited only by HR leaders' resourcefulness.

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    Organisations that create a culture where it is safe for employees to disagree will enjoy increased ability to reach business goals, according to a conflict and mediation expert.

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