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    TALENT MANAGEMENT should be as rigorous as any other business planning process, and it should be recognised as being as valuable to an organisation’s success as any other process, according to Robert Care, CEO of Arup Australasia

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    EMPLOYERS SHOULD ensure that representations made in letters of offer, employment contracts, HR policies and even corporate values and mission statements are consistent with the real experience of their workplace, after a landmark full Federal Court decision in Goldman Sachs JBWere Services Pty Ltd v Nikolich [2007] FCAFC 120

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  • AMMA: Don’t hold off on AWAs by

    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

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

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