- Australians spend serious time online at work
TWO HOURS a day is what Australian office workers are spending online at work. A survey of 158 employees and 159 IT managers at organisations with 50 or more staff revealed that anywhere from one-third to half that time is dedicated to personal internet
- Generation Y is not a mutation
THE APPARENT differences in career expectations between baby boomers and generations X and Y can be put down to their different stages of life rather than generational change, an audience of in-house lawyers was told at the recent Australian Corporate Lawyers Association National Conference
- Professional services staff jaded with pay
EMPLOYEES in professional, business and property services are less likely to believe that they are paid as well as people in other organisations than the national average and they’re less likely to understand how their pay is determined, according to recent research
- Skilled labour shortage a main concern for 2004
Australia will see stronger economic growth conditions in 2004, however potential shortages in the skilled labour market may put a break on economic growth, according to recent research by the Recruitment and Consulting Services Association (RCSA).