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  • GFC staff cuts were too harsh, say employers by

    Most Australia and New Zealand employers admit the cuts they made to personnel during the GFC were too harsh.

  • New Government could take three months by

    The future of Australia’s industrial relations and paid parental leave policy could be undecided for months, with constitutional law experts stating the wrangling over the next Federal Government could drag on until the end of November.

  • Employer of the Decade to be named by

    One organisation which has shown ongoing excellent people strategies will be named as HR Leader’s Employer of the Decade on 14 October, in celebration of the HR Compass Awards’ tenth anniversary.

  • Aussie workers lacking engagement, global study shows by

    Australian employees are more likely to change employers within the next 12 months than staff in 16 other countries across the world.

  • Rising FWO fines a warning to employers by

    Fines issued by the Fair Work Ombudsman have increased significantly in the past year, and experts say employers have to be as vigilant as ever to ensure compliance.

  • Profit sharing can boost staff productivity by

    Australian employers attempting to boost employee productivity should consider offering some kind of profit sharing scheme, according to the latest survey from Kelly Services. 

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