Sharon Davies outlines what might lie ahead for recruiters in Australia and New Zealand
Sharon Davies outlines the death of the CV, why social recommendations will be critical and the possibilities of augmented reality recruitment, and more, as she looks ahead to recruiting in 2017
Metropolitan organisations struggling with the talent shortage should spare a thought for employers located in regional areas. Iain Hopkins talks to one significant regional employer about their unique HR challenges
HR believes the tried and true CV is still the most effective recruitment tool, despite the growing popularity of social media to verify candidates’ information.
As the market scrambles to audit its hiring needs with the implementation of the carbon tax just over three weeks away, finding the right talent may require HR to start from the ground up.
Are your social networks excluding would-be stars in favour of your Mum’s cousins’ niece? Word-of-mouth recommendations may be holding your organisation back.
The debate is heating up as HR execs at mining companies & government resort to bringing in foreign workers while unions and pollies say they’ve got Aussies ready and willing to work.
According to the latest research as well as the word-on-the-street, social media is not only a credible way to attract candidates, but is quickly becoming the way to find talent who will be the best cultural fit.
HC looks at the conditions which are required to make an employee medical examination compulsory
In some circumstances, HR must cease disciplinary processes and come to a settlement with an employee who has a mental illness
Older workers are feeling subtle pressure from their colleagues and management to make way for younger generations