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    IF BUSINESS is to adapt to changes under the proposed Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme, there needs to be a closer alignment between government and industry to address the skills needed, a global HR services company has claimed

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    COMPANIES NEED to have better corporate social responsibility programs in place if they want to attract and engage quality staff, a global report has found

  • Gillard berates Telstra tactics by

    TELSTRA’S DECISION to abandon negotiations with unions for a new Enterprise Bargaining Agreement (EBA) have received a cold reception in Canberra, with Julia Gillard, Minister for Education, Employment and Workplace Relations, rejecting the company’s reasons for walking away from talks

  • Bullying: action not intent matters by

    EMPLOYERS MUST ensure employee policies and culture discourages behaviour which could be construed as bullying, according to an employment law firm

  • Unfair dismissal changes find favour by

    ALMOST HALF of HR and workplace relations professionals approve of the proposed changes to Australia’s unfair dismissal regime, according to a recent Deacons survey

  • New leaders not getting coaching by

    ONLY 23 per cent of new leaders – or employees who have advanced from being individual contributors to supervising or managing others – receive the coaching they need to reach their full development potential

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