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    Lawyers say the fate of Macquarie Bank employee David Kiely, caught on live television looking at images of model Miranda Kerr, will depend on how strict the bank's policies are and how well they were communicated to staff.

  • Job satisfaction lowest level in 22 years by

    Only 45 per cent of Americans are satisfied with their jobs, down from 61 per cent in 1987 when the survey, conducted by The Conference Board, was first conducted.

  • Recession aftermath skills for managers cited as main priority by

    Nearly seven in 10 HR professionals have identified a “huge need” to ensure managers have the skills to manage the aftermath of the recession.

  • Age discrimination needs addressing by

    The Commissioner for Age Discrimination, Elizabeth Broderick, welcomed the Rudd Government’s recent announcement of an initial $43 million package of measures that give priority to supporting mature age workplace participation and training

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    Employers have been advised to urge workers not to work while on holidays to avoid burnout for the new year.

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    Almost one half of organisations are not effective in finding and developing leaders, which identifies some critical challenges for employers if they are to take advantage of the economic recovery, a recent study has revealed.

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