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  • Leaders urged to keep nerve in face of economic turmoil by

    TODAY’S TURBULENT times have the potential to be a severe test of leadership skills for many organisations, but adopting a siege mentality is unlikely to deliver future success, according to a recent UK report

  • HR struggles with social networking by

    THE POTENTIAL of social networking websites for business remains largely untapped, however, they will become increasingly important to the competiveness of large enterprises in the future, with a number of significant implications for HR

  • Switching on to HR systems by

    TALENT MANAGEMENT and workforce issues trump technology systems enhancements or upgrades as the top priority of HR executives, a global study has found

  • Better management key to tackling stress by

    THE COMBINATION of demanding, complex jobs and low levels of support from managers and colleagues is driving the high prevalence of stress among workers, according to a new white paper

  • 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.”

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