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    MORE COMPANIES will use phased retirement to retain valuable skills and knowledge while providing mature workers with an alternative to the all-or-nothing approach to retirement, according to a recent US report

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    SOME AUSTRALIAN employers are playing gatekeepers of social mobility – the ability for people to change their social position within society – and thus creating barriers for individuals entering the corporate arena, according to a national recruitment firm

  • Inside the minds of CEOs by

    TODAY’S CEOs shoulder a heavy burden, as they are expected to take on the roles of guide, interpreter and visionary in order to lead their companies to the promised land of business success

  • Want a difficult job done? Ask a woman by

    A LARGE number of business leaders will only appoint a woman into a very senior post in times of crisis and poor performance, and this leaves female leaders facing a form of hidden discrimination which leaves them more likely to fail than their male counterparts

  • Federal OHS scheme gains favour by

    THE FEDERAL government has enabled private companies to join the Commonwealth workers’ compensation scheme, Comcare in a bid to improve assistance to employees with work-related injuries

  • Business looks up for 2007 by

    SEVENTY-THREE per cent of business people predict that business activity will remain positive for the remainder of 2007

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