- Counting the cost of a single bad hire
It’s no surprise that more than half of employers in 10 of the world’s largest economies acknowledge having made a bad hire, but the financial consequences may be very high.
- Poor recruitment methods costing thousands
Job defections cost the average Australian company (with 100 employees) an estimated $337,000 per year, according to research.
- Employees accused of rorting leave system
Prison staff is Western Australia have been accused of rorting the leave system, systematically claiming ‘unacceptable’ levels of sick leave, overtime and workers compensation.
- Old-fashioned job seekers wary of social media
As the recruitment industry stands, job seekers still prefer to use traditional methods of sourcing new roles, according to new research.
- Texts, pets and parents: Millenials need interview etiquette lessons
As mid-year university graduations approach a whole new cohort of young candidates will be crowding your doorway. But are they missing some manners?
- Social media useless in landing a job
When asked to explain the purpose of maintaining a LinkedIn profile, a new survey of Australian executives has found that while social media extends their networks, it doesn’t land them jobs.