- Blurring the offshoring line
A LOOPHOLE, that allowed foreign workers to be paid as little as $4.20 an hour is “totally unacceptable,” according to the Minister for Immigration and Citizenship, Chris Evans.
- Globalisation driving recruitment change
GLOBALISATION WILL see the war for talent heat up over the next decade, and business will need to become more culturally aware to adapt to more people working across borders, recruiters were told at a recent RCSA conference
- Culture fit key to hiring
INFLEXIBLE TECHNICAL requirements prevent many employers from securing ideal staff, according to Hays Human Resources
- Go steady on social networking
ORGANISATIONS SHOULD not shun web participation for a fear of bad behaviour, but instead they should anticipate it as part of the social experience and formulate a multilevel approach to policies for effective governance, according to a global IT consultancy
- Employers in the executive firing line
SENIOR EXECUTIVES are becoming more assertive when it comes to challenging employment terminations, and courts are becoming increasingly willing to award them compensation.
- HR Awards nominations - are you in?
THERE ARE only a few days left to get your nomination in for the Australian HR Awards 2008 - the country's leading event for recognition of benchmark HR practice - with nominations closing this coming Friday 5 September.