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  • Bright spots for HR jobseekers by

    CANDIDATES WITH strong HR generalist skills have become a hotspot of demand in the economic downturn, while remuneration and benefits professionals are in high demand as employers seek more imaginative salary packages to retain talent

  • Retired baby boomers forced back into the workforce by

    The turmoil in global financial markets is driving many recent retirees and mature age workers back into the workforce, according to LINK Recruitment

  • Finance hit by outplacements by

    THERE HAS been a jump in the demand for outplacement services, as companies are seeking increasingly to cut costs in the face of a worsening economic downturn

  • During turbulent times, what can HR do to help their organisation? by

    Sarah O’Carroll asks the executive panel about how HR can help their organisation during an economic downturn

  • Workforce planning to reduce staffing pains by

    TOP COMPANIES who have embraced workforce planning to reduce staffing pains have seen improvements in retention, employee performance and skills availability.

  • Employee assessment tools – friend or foe? by

    Buying in assessment tools such as psychometric tests and organisational surveys appears to be a growing trend in Australian human resource management. Fiona Marsden looks at how organisations are using these tools in recruitment, staff development and training

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