Recruitment

  • Keeping your best and brightest by

    According to a recent survey, 61 per cent of Australian employers are having difficulty finding the right people to fill jobs – a dramatic increase compared to 2006. Teresa Russell looks at how organisations are making retention a strategic imperative in practice

  • 2008: Buoyant HR job market ahead by

    2008 is shaping up to be a good year for HR jobs. Craig Donaldson speaks with a number of experts about the latest trends and how HR professionals can make the most of career opportunities over the coming year

  • What attracts top graduates? by

    Competition is tough for the top university graduates every year, and as the talent shortage continues to bite, companies need to take a smarter approach to attracting and retaining such graduates. Sarah O’ Carroll speaks with four top graduates about what attracted them to their current employers

  • Being different attracts by

    Differentiating your organisation from others in the eye of candidates is becoming more difficult. Kevin Wheeler looks at some strategies for making your organisation stand out

  • Making the most of online recruitment by

    The internet is now a widely used element of recruiting, but getting effective results requires more than just placing a standard job advertisement on a popular site and hoping for the best. Angus Kidman looks at how to make online recruiting more effective and tactics that can help improve outcomes

  • How to hire for cultural fit by

    Cultural fit is a relatively new buzzword in recruitment. Bruce Watt examines why cultural fit is important and looks at how hiring managers can put it into practice

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