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    RUDE AND undermining co-workers, managers or leaders can negatively impact employee engagement and productivity, recent research has revealed

  • New AWAs pay less by

    THE SHORTFALL of wages for typical workers on Australian Workplace Agreements (AWAs) is much larger than previously realised, according to recent research

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    In assessing the fairness of Australian Workplace Agreements (AWA), the newly established Workplace Authority will only contact employers and does not intend to contact employees if there is doubt as to whether or not AWAs meet the criteria for the Federal Government’s new ‘fairness test’

  • Workforce planning stumps HR by

    WHILE MORE than 80 per cent of Australian companies struggle with competition for talent and over half acknowledge that the ageing population is a critical factor affecting their workforce, only 46 per cent of companies are doing workforce planning of any kind

  • HR struggles with business demands by

    SENIOR BUSINESS and HR executives agree on the key people issues that are critical to business success, but business leaders believe HR may be struggling to serve both the enormous strategic and operational implications, according to a global study

  • HR must break generation hoodoo by

    As labour supply continues to be dwarfed by demand, HR practitioners must gain a deeper insight into the demographics of their workforce, a human capital expert has warned

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