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A common shortcoming of many induction or ‘on-boarding’ programs is a failure by HR to adequately tailor the process to meet the needs of the wide variety of circumstances from which new candidates have come.
Employer demand for international graduates in 2011 increased to levels not seen since before the Global Financial Crisis in 2008, according to a new report.
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The current industrial relations landscape weighs too heavily in favour of workers at the expense of employers, and the effect is a reluctance to take on extra employees, a Reserve Bank (RBA) director has said.
The world’s biggest tech companies including Google and Apple are being called to account by former employees over alleged “no poaching” deals – an indication of the extreme measures top-tier firms take to retain their key talent.
If you’ve used the expression “you will be expected to hit the ground running” in your job advertisements, chances are your induction program consists of a quick office tour.
An employment tribunal has heard that a flight attendant has been sacked after eating a sandwich given to her by her manager
In case of prolonged absences, employers must find the balance between meeting employees’ needs and maintaining business goals
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