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  • Drive to Survive, by Ian Luff Motivation Australia by

  • Everyday fitness by

    When it comes to getting fit, most people want an easy solution that fits into their schedule and isn’t hard to do. Strange as it seems, some people don’t like sweat, sore muscles, dieting and 5am starts. Unfortunately for those people, proper nutrition and exercise is still the best way to lose weight and get fit. The good news, however, is that there are things you can add to your daily routine that will help you burn calories and gain strength, which is a good first step

  • Calculating the cost of vacancies by

    The loss of key employees may cost you more than you think. John Sullivan examines whether great hires produce more revenue and profit and details strategies for measuring the dollar impact of great recruiting

  • Construct: assemble, create, organise, raise, produce – Roget’s Thesaurus by

    What do women do best? They assemble, create, organise, raise and ultimately they produce. It is therefore a natural transition that women should apply these strengths to the construction industry

  • how to … get the message across by

    In my last job I received an email from a supervisor that ended with “Don’t worry about it!”, which of course left me worrying about that statement. Was it a literal request? Sarcastic? Suggestive? Rhetorical? And what did the exclamation mark mean?

  • HR’s own skill shortages by

    Like many countries around the world, Australia is currently experiencing skills shortages. HR is often on the receiving end of this problem within companies, as management looks for options to ease skills shortages issue as much as possible. As such, HR is in a prominent position to make a significant contribution and help solve a real business problem

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