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  • One in three employees disengaged by

    THIRTY-SIX PER CENT of employees have low levels of commitment and/or line of sight within their organisation

  • Speed favours recruiters by

    ORGANISATIONS that are quick off the mark and make a greater effort to stand out from the crowd early in the recruitment process will win the top talent in 2008, according to Hays Human Resources

  • The importance of getting recruitment right by

    Some of the biggest and most constant challenges that plague organisations are people related. These challenges are not always obvious, but become more visible the higher you go up the management chain. Organisations usually put a raft of strategies in place to deal with the business symptoms of such people-related problems, and sometimes these wonderfully flawed strategies are created by the people who created the problems in the first place. Such strategies often leave HR out of the equation, and fail to address the cause of the problem – the wrong people in the wrong jobs

  • Hottest jobs for 2008 by

    Learning and development managers (in the $80–$160,000 bracket), tax accountants ($120–$140,000) and financial controllers ($150–$180,000) are among the top ten hottest jobs for 2008

  • Recruiters get poor marks by

    CORPORATE RECRUITERS are missing out on the chance to create a competitive advantage for their companies by failing to implement best practice, a report has found

  • Fast-tracking professional skills ignores key industries by

    THE TREASURER, Wayne Swan’s recent move to fast-track national recognition of professional skills has finally put the professional skills crisis on a national platform, but ignores certain industries in urgent need of professional accountants, according to an international recruitment firm

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