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    Employers wondering why some of their good employees are leaving should look at the behaviour of their managers, a Deakin University researcher has said.

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    Claims including disability discrimination, sexual harassment and victimisation being made against Clayton Utz by a former employee will be allowed to proceed, after the NSW Administrative Appeals Tribunal (ADT) granted leave on Tuesday.

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    Rhonda Brighton, Luxottica’s Senior Vice President of HR, Asia Pacific and Africa, has been awarded the 2009 Telstra NSW Business Woman of the Year.

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    Eighty-one per cent of U.S. employers are maintaining and 13 per cent are increasing the flexibility they offer as a tool to manage their workforce through the recession.

  • How much more employable are postgraduates? by

    Postgraduates, masters and MBAs are seldom a prerequisite when applying for a HR role; however those candidates who have these extra qualifications are at a definite advantage, say HR recruiters

  • Lack of transparent reporting hinders return to work cases by HCA

    Last year 28% of injured workers surveyed throughout Australia and New Zealand were not in paid employment six months after lodging a workers' compensation claim - yet a lack of transparent statistics is hampering efforts to track and report on this information

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