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    FORTY-EIGHT per cent of American executives are unhappy in their current job, according to a poll of 2,149 executives

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    THIRTY-FIVE per cent of Australian workers said the main reason they seek contract roles is to broaden the scope of their current career through exposure to different industries

  • HR to get facts right by

    EMPLOYERS MUST prepare themselves for a myriad of questions and the possibility of increased scrutiny regarding their practices following the release of the Workplace Relations Fact Sheet, employment lawyers have warned

  • Bad manners are bad for business by

    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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