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    Prospective graduates should be making the most of social media to get ahead of the pack when it comes to snapping up the pick of graduate places, Michael Specht, founder of HR technology consulting firm Inspecht has told HR Leader

  • Model OH&S legislation ‘flawed’ by

    New model occupational health and safety laws contain some significant flaws, Neil Foster, senior law lecturer at the University of Newcastle, told HR Leader.

  • Shocking managers may be key to why top workers leave by

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

  • Discrimination claims against top-tier law firm to proceed by

    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.

  • Luxottica HR head wins business award by

    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.

  • Bold ideas to make work work by

    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.

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