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  • Strong demand continues for HR by

    CONTINUED HIGH demand for skilled HR professionals has prompted both permanent and temporary HR salaries to increase by an average of 15 per cent across the country in 2007, and the prospects for HR candidates continue to look good into 2008

  • Australians continue to work overtime for free by

    SEVENTY-NINE PER CENT of Australians don’t get paid for working extra hours

  • Liberals resist Labor’s AWA changes by

    THE DECISION by deputy Liberal leader Julie Bishop to resist the Labor Government’s plans to abolish Australian Workplace Agreements (AWAs) has been described by ACTU president Sharon Burrow as an insult to the Australian people who voted overwhelmingly to reject WorkChoices at last year’s election

  • No confidence in consultants by

    DESPITE THE large supply of human capital consultants in Australia, almost half of Australian companies are not confident that existing service providers meet their needs, according to a recent survey

  • Business continuity gets over IT by

    INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY failures remain among the biggest causes of downtime for business continuity (BC) managers, and are at the core of BC planning, but many organisations are now doing far more to plan for staff welfare, according to a survey of continuity managers

  • CEOs concerned about talent by

    ASIA-PACIFIC CEOs are seriously concerned about the availability of key skills and strongly believe that their organisations need to change the way they develop talent, a global study has found

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