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  • Outrageous, offensive and illegal interview questions by

    Hiring interviews aren’t always characterised by professional behaviour, according to the results of a recent study conducted by Development Dimensions International (DDI) and Monster. The study of more than 1,000 hiring managers and 3,000 jobseekers worldwide to share the most inappropriate questions they’ve been asked during a job interview

  • Most senior employees never stop working by

    NINETY-FIVE PER CENT of senior employees work after hours

  • Fines for AWA duress by

    THE WORKPLACE Ombudsman has fined a number of companies and launched investigations into others following allegations that employees are being forced onto Australian Workplace Agreements (AWAs) ahead of new laws expected to be tabled next month in Federal Parliament that will ban AWAs

  • Executives leave employers out of career change loop by

    FOR MOST executives, big career changes come about as a result of realising that a different kind of work would make them personally happier, however, such career changes often bring about conflicts between their professional and personal lives

  • Development and retention top priorities by

    FORTY-FOUR PER CENT of employers have said that staff development and retention is their top priority for 2008, a national study has found

  • Aussie bankers optimistic about 2008 by

    FIFTY PER CENT of Australian bankers expect to receive higher bonuses than last year, and only 8 per cent expect their bonuses to be lower than the bumper payouts of 2006

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