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  • Google pay hike is ‘short sighted’ by

    Google’s announcement that it is to award a 10 per cent pay rise for its entire global workforce has been criticised for being a “short-term tactic that won’t prevent the Facebook brain-drain” by a leading reward expert.

  • PricewaterhouseCoopers hit by sexist email scandal by

    PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) is facing sexism claims after an email sent between a group of male employees rating the looks of young female recruits went viral on the internet.

  • Ai Group warns of festive holiday period chaos by

    Employers are facing public holiday chaos with six states adopting five different approaches to proclaiming Christmas / New Year public holidays, according to Ai Group chief executive Heather Ridout.

  • Unemployment settles at 5.1 per cent by

    Job ads showed only a modest 0.6 per cent increase in October, as Australia’s unemployment rate looks likely to remain at 5.1 per cent.

  • Grad recruiting service launched by

    A new graduate recruiting service has been launched to help improve candidate’s experience when applying for jobs at Australian employers.

  • Strong dollar drives recruitment by

    Competition for skilled professionals is expected to rise with an increasing number of employees willing to jump ship for more attractive pay packets.

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