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    Blended learning has evolved in recent years to become a dominant method of delivering learning. HR Leader looks at some of the latest trends in blended learning and how to get the mix right

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    Compliance with superannuation rules and regulation is an oft-moving goalpost for HR and employers. HR Leader examines some of the latest issues and trends in superannuation and looks at how employers can tick all the compliance boxes

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    Many people think the idea of a “great place to work” is just another fluffed up concept. But these organisations really do exist and it is only by believing that it’s possible, writes David Creelman

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