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    NINETY-FIVE per cent of Human Resources magazine readers would recommend the publication to others, an independent survey has found

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    EMPLOYERS WHO are seeking to retain flexible workplace arrangements and protection against industrial action would be well-advised to review their existing agreements and conclude any agreement negotiations prior to the upcoming federal election, according to the Australian Mines and Metals Association (AMMA)

  • Fairness test frustrates HR by

    THE RECENTLY introduced fairness test for Australian Workplace Agreements (AWAs) is frustrating many companies and their HR professionals on a number of levels, according to a Sydney-based law firm

  • Aussies low on pay rises by

    TWENTY-FIVE per cent of Australians do not expect a salary increase this year

  • People issues a big risk by

    HUMAN CAPITAL risks, such as skills shortages, succession planning and the loss of key personnel are the biggest threats to businesses, while issues surrounding climate change are the most ineffectively managed, a KPMG report has found

  • HR professionals lack metrics skills by

    THERE IS a major global shortage of HR professionals with the analytical skills and capabilities required to assist their organisations with HR metrics, according to a global human capital consulting firm

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