- Get into social media or limit your career potential
While inappropriate online activity has been the undoing of countless professionals out there, many more have actually enhanced their careers by careful and strategic use of social media.
- Skills shortage a headache? New visa rules may help
The immigration department has announced a new “fast-tracked” system for employer-sponsored skilled workers to secure permanent visas. The new system aims to take the sting out of the current complex system and effectively make it easier for employers to entice skilled migrants to stay.
- Remote bosses: recipe for lower employee engagement?
Managers who work remotely are likely to give less feedback, make their employees feel less empowered, and create employees who are less satisfied with their employment than those in the office full-time, according to a new study.
- Why boardroom diversity matters to business
The business case for boardroom diversity has been firmly established and is supported by a growing body of industry research demonstrating links between gender diversity on boards and positive organisational outcomes, according to a peak diversity body.
- Sharp increase in days lost to IR disputes, does HR lack resources?
New figures have revealed there was a sharp increase in the number of working days lost due to industrial disputes last year.
- Don’t risk a PR disaster: Communicate clear policies
The well-known annual fundraising event for the Leukemia foundation, World’s Greatest Shave, is an important and worthy cause, but as a Melbourne business found this week, not clearly communicating with staff has sparked a barrage of damaging PR.