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    Opportunities to work overseas are increasing rapidly as the global search for talent rises. Carole Goldsmith speaks with a number of seasoned professionals about trends in the international talent marketplace and their experiences working overseas

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    The benefits of online employee self-service systems are manifest and obvious, but careful planning is still required to ensure the software delivers on its promise to free up more time for strategic business development activities. What are the real world lessons that can be learnt from such deployments, and what cost savings and benefits can be achieved? Angus Kidman reports

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