A recent internal bulletin at the ATO has detailed the legal consequences of employees who are found to have given false information to secure a job.
Don’t leave everything until they’ve arrived at the office – HR can encourage higher retention rates by reaching out earlier.
Interviews and assessments are notoriously nerve-inducing processes, particularly in the ultra-competitive graduate market. Is there a way to engage grads and also reduce the intimidation factor? Gamification might be the key, as Chloe Taylor reports.
One prominent HR leader says managers who use “useless” personality tests are simply shirking responsibility.
The VP of HR for L’Oréal reveals how embracing the digital era improved its employer brand and helped bring impressive left-fielders on board.
Are you on the lookout for your next star employee? Do you have a definitive plan to source and recruit them? LinkedIn might be the helping hand you need. Angus Gill provides his tips for maximising what you can get from LinkedIn as a recruitment tool.
The government agency is facing a severe talent crisis, but a UK professor may possess the HR solutions that can save it.
Ads should outline exactly what you want from a new employee – right? One new study suggests you might have more success if you switch it up…
Singapore HR professionals are invited to have their say about the National Wages Council’s guidelines for 2015/6.
A landmark case means a worker injured in an electrical explosion will take his former employer to court, seeking damages of about $3m.
Have you ever asked a job applicant how old they are? If you have, you might be breaking the law. A leading Singapore employment lawyer looks at which interview questions could land you in hot water.