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  • Change managers are HR’s most wanted by

    Change managers, and learning and development and OH&S professionals have emerged as the three roles in HR that are most in demand.

  • Employers urged to take advantage of recruitment surge by

    Employers and candidates have been advised to make the most of the traditionally strong January recruitment market.

  • Botched DIY costs truckie his leg by

    A botched do-it-yourself repair by the landlord of his rental property has resulted in a truck driver having his leg amputated, according to personal injury law firm Trilby Misso.

  • Call for collaborative injury management by

    A work-related injury should be followed up with support for the employee provided through a collaborative approach between the worker, their treating doctor and the employer, according to InjuryNET.

  • Breakthrough made on uniform national OHS model by

    The historic decision of the Workplace Relations Ministerial Council (WRMC) to agree on a model OHS act which will harmonise OHS across the nation has been welcomed by the industry, but calls have been made to Western Australia to speed its decision to take part in the national system.

  • Laws need to be strengthened to prevent deaths by

    Health and safety laws need to be strengthened, not watered down due to the sharp rise in work-related fatalities, according to the unions.

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