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  • What keeps CEOs awake at night? by

    The issue mostly likely to keep CEOs awake at night is being able to source skilled staff (52 per cent compared to 41 percent last month), according to research published by Accenture and Business Spectator this month.

  • Simplicity begets sophistication: Tim Capelin & John Stanton, Australian Business Lawyers by

    Tim Capelin and John Stanton have seen workplace laws change dramatically in the ten years since they founded Australian Business Lawyers. For clients, that means a necessity to speak “plain English”, writes Angela Priestley.

  • Movers & shakers – recent HR appointments by

    Theresa Jory has joined ANZ as senior manager change management for Australia Operations.

  • Educating executives by

    Executive education is a popular and cost-effective option for many time-poor business professionals when it comes to bolstering knowledge and skills. Craig Donaldson looks at the latest trends in executive education and how participants can get the best return on their learning and development dollar

  • Wake up call: Few employers are ready for the r2r and time is running out by HCA

    The Federal Government has overhauled the industrial relations system and introduced 10 National Employment Standards through the Fair Work Act 2009. A recent survey reveals that employers are dangerously behind in preparations for one of these standards - the right to request flexibility

  • HR salary trends by

    Q. I’m looking to move jobs and I’m wondering what you can tell me about current HR salary and benefit trends?

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