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  • Caution on minimum wage increase by

    BUSINESS GROUPS have called on the Australian Fair Pay Commission to exercise significant caution in determining minimum wage outcomes against a backdrop of a volatile global economy combined with accelerating inflation and rising interest rates domestically

  • HR leaders doubt their influence by

    HR LEADERS are deepening their partnerships with business, but continue to feel pressures associated with globalisation, changing corporate landscapes and the war for talent

  • Wage growth strongest in years by

    DESPITE TALK of an economic slowdown, salaries have risen by 4.7 per cent over the past 12 months – the highest movement in more than three years

  • Social media the next frontier by

    SOCIAL MEDIA has begun to improve companies’ ability to enhance employee communication, according to a global consulting firm

  • CEOs’ view on recruitment and retention by

    FIFTY-EIGHT PER CENT of CEOs believe it is harder to find staff now than 12 months ago, but this is down from the 68 per cent last year

  • Perfect leadership storm looming by

    MORE THAN 75 per cent of HR executives are concerned with their ability to develop future leaders, and given the explosive growth in emerging markets and the retirement of experienced personnel in more mature economies, companies are placing their growth strategies at risk if they cannot identify and develop the next generation of leaders

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