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  • Recruiters concerned about skilled migrant cuts by

    RESTRICTIONS THAT discourage on-hire companies from acting as 457 visa sponsors have the potential to reduce the number of nursing, engineering, trades and IT staff coming to Australia, the RCSA (Recruitment and Consulting Services Association) has warned

  • How to meet Gen Y’s expectations by

    THE GENERATIONAL model is a good short-cut to better attracting, managing and retaining young staff, according to an expert in workforce trends and generational change

  • Business: new thinking needed on jobs by

    NEW POLICY thinking and concerted action, led by the next federal government, is needed if Australia is to reduce the unacceptable number of Australians who are jobless or on the margins of the workforce at a time of record employment, according to a Business Council of Australia report

  • Interviewers get thumbs down by

    FORTY PER CENT of job applicants have turned down a job due to a bad interview experience, according to recent research, while a further 81 per cent would tell up to ten people if they had a poor interview experience

  • Public service succession struggle by

    THE PUBLC service is falling sharply behind the private sector in identifying and promoting future leaders, creating a future leadership vacuum, a recent report has found

  • Attraction and retention key for US and Canada by

    FORTY-SIX per cent of employers are planning to spend more money on training

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