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  • US companies focused on talent despite economic uncertainty by

    MOST US companies believe they are reasonably well prepared to adapt to the challenges of the current economic environment, with only a few planning unilateral, across-the-board cuts

  • HR issues a key risk for business by

    WHILE BRAND AND image are the key risk concerns for corporate Australia, HR issues such as attraction and retention of staff, succession planning, workplace safety, absenteeism and industrial disputes are high on the list

  • Managing talent comes to executive fore by

    Managing talent is the most critical HR challenge worldwide and will remain at or near the top of executive agendas in every region and industry for the foreseeable future, according to a recent global study from The Boston Consulting Group

  • Recruiters failing to embrace Web 2.0 technology by

    A UK STUDY has revealed that just 10 per cent of HR and recruitment managers social networking sites and only a small minority used blogs, videos or other technology for recruitment

  • Talent gaps top people challenge by

    MANAGING TALENT is the most critical HR challenge worldwide and will remain at or near the top of executive agendas in every region and industry for the foreseeable future, according to a recent global study

  • UK talent ripe for picking by

    LOCAL RECRUITERS say they are responding to requests from Australian law firms looking to bring locally-trained talent back to Australia, once lured away by the profitable UK job market

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