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  • Looking past the credit crunch by

    WHILE THE finance sector is feeling the brunt of the economic downturn and other industries such as retail, real estate and manufacturing are increasingly vulnerable, demand for skilled professionals is still strong in industries such as engineering, mining, health care and education

  • Redundancy fears haunt UK and US by

    AS THE impact of the global economic downturn takes hold, companies across the UK and the UK are bracing themselves for more redundancies over the coming 12 months

  • RSPCA breeds safer, stronger culture by

    Over the past five years, RSPCA Victoria has been transformed from an amateur charity to a leading professional organisation. The changes were largely HR-driven, reports Sarah O’Carroll

  • Australians worried about their job by

    SIXTY-SEVEN PER CENT of jobseekers are concerned about their current job or career in light of the global economic slowdown.

  • 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

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