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  • Diversity in discrimination by

    WOMEN ARE not the only ones to face barriers when it comes to career advancement, according to a survey of more than 200 employees from diverse backgrounds in the UK and USA

  • How to … ‘clothe’ your inner leadership potential by

    Hemlines, hair-dos and heels: when it comes to corporate wardrobes, it seems as though everyone has an opinion

  • Branding St.George Bank by

    Employer branding has gained traction recently, as more organisations face the reality of recruiting in a tight labour market and retaining the talent they already have. Teresa Russell talks with St.George Bank about the remarkable success of its 12-month-old employment brand strategy

  • Making the move by

    Moving people around either the country or the globe can be highly beneficial for an individual, their family and their employer – providing it’s done correctly. Teresa Russell talks with companies that have developed untraditional but successful relocation schemes as well as employees who have felt the pain of poorly run programs

  • Creating an age management strategy by

    I’m in the process of creating an age management strategy for my organisation. What are the main factors that would encourage people to work beyond their planned retirement and how would I go about responding to this need?

  • Striking a balance by

    Labor recently unveiled its industrial relations policy, which attracted the expected ruckus from government and business, and a mixed response from unions. Government and business claimed Labor’s policy would send Australia’s economy into a tailspin and put workers in union stocks. Interestingly, unions weren’t jumping up and down with joy. The ACTU was somewhat conciliatory in its response to Labor’s policy, supporting most elements while coming out against others

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