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  • HR best paid in Switzerland, not the UK by

    Australian HR professionals might want to consider Switzerland as an option when choosing overseas working destinations, because, according to pay data released by Mercer, it’s the European country in which HR professionals are paid the most.

  • Bullying claims at 10 Downing Street by

    As the topic of workplace bullying floods the media in Australia, it has reached the top in the UK as Prime Minister Gordon Brown faces allegations of bullying of junior staff in Downing Street.

  • Lawyers mentoring to inspire next generation by

    The Victorian Women Lawyers and the Women Barristers Association will work to assist the next generation of female lawyers via the 2010 Law Student Mentoring Program.

  • Toyota put the brakes on training by

    Toyota’s president, Akio Toyoda, has admitted that the company’s desire to grow and expand was not matched with adequate training, causing widespread failure of the Japanese cars

  • Workforce planning high on HR agenda by

    Organisations expect efforts in workforce planning to increase dramatically in 2010.

  • HR salary survey reveals jobs in demand by

    There may be increased demand for experienced HR professionals specialising in learning and development, recruitment and talent management in 2010, a recruitment firm has suggested.

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