- Staff churn continues despite pay hikes
AUSTRALIA’S LARGE companies are under increased pressure from growing wage costs, with annual salaries rising by 4.7 per cent in the 2007/2008 year, up from 4.6 per cent in the previous year and 4.0 per cent in 2003/2004, a national salary survey has found
- Return of the expats
EXECUTIVE EXPATS in New York and London are returning home earlier than expected in the face of global financial market instability.
- Making the virtual office work
IN 2008, 41.4 million corporate employees globally will spend at least one day a week teleworking, but there is still resistance to this trend from those preferring face-to-face interaction, according to researcher Gartner
- ‘Fighting fires’ costing thousands
IT COSTS a company $7000 to $10,000 extra to hire an employee if no sufficient recruitment plan is in place.
- NZ: workers win in war for talent
NEW ZEALAND employee salaries are increasing above inflation in an effort to both attract and retain talent
- Drawing a line with performance
A RECENT study has found that 40 per cent of managers do not talk about the performance of their employees during discussions with them