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  • Aussies low on pay rises by

    TWENTY-FIVE per cent of Australians do not expect a salary increase this year

  • Has HR really changed? by

    In August 2005, Fast Company Magazine published an article that launched a firestorm among HR professionals worldwide

  • Aussie finance workers show no fear by

    AUSTRALIAN BANKING and finance employees are less afraid of losing their jobs compared to their global counterparts

  • How to … create meaning at work by

    A recent survey by human capital management consultancy Penna revealed that one in four workers say their job plays a vital part in who they are

  • HR focus on talent and capability by

    The top three pressures facing HR executives today are attracting, retaining and growing talent (67 per cent), being able to better support the business by focusing HR on core capabilities (47 per cent) and supporting business changes (41 per cent), according to a Hewitt Associates survey of nearly 100 large US companies representing 2 million employees

  • Skills shortages elevate HR to the boardroom by

    INCREASING SHORTAGES of skilled professionals in the Asia-Pacific region will continue to affect business productivity and profitability across numerous industry sectors, and as a result, competitive advantage, especially in the IT sector, will be at the mercy of effective talent sourcing and management strategies

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