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  • Candidates demand respect from recruiters by

    CANDIDATES THROUGHOUT the land are saying that they are being treated poorly by recruiters and are not being shown the respect they deserve.

  • Top-ranked companies by

    TWO AUSTRALIAN companies – BHP Billiton and Woolworths – have been listed in their industry categories in the 2008 rankings of “The World’s Most Admired Companies.”

  • More older women in the workforce by

    THE NUMBER of women in the workplace over the age of 55 will increase by 19 per cent between now and 2012.

  • CEOs hazy on emissions trading by

    CEOs AND senior executives know alarmingly little about Australia’s emissions trading scheme (ETS), an initiative of the Federal Government to adjust for the challenges of global climate change.

  • Welcome to the reality of diversity by

    Is “diversity” yet another buzzword being bandied about by large organisations trying to attract and recruit top employees? Or are diversity programs becoming a reality within today’s organisations and something which no company can survive without?

  • Australia worst in world at taking holidays by

    THIRTY-EIGHT per cent of Australians do not take all of their allocated annual leave days, making them once again the worst in the world at taking all their entitled annual leave.

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