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  • Succession planning still in its infancy by

    WHILE COMPANIES are realising that succession planning is no longer simply a rescue plan to manage the exit of CEOs from an organisation, recent research has found that succession planning is too often unstructured, under-resourced and clouded in mystery

  • How to … cross over industries by

    You spend your time helping your company identify and retain the best candidates and improving the employee experience of the people you work with … but what about you, the HR professional? Do you ever feel you’re in the right role but the wrong industry? Is it time for a change? Is it possible?

  • The power of weak ties (in recruiting) by

    In 2000, Malcolm Gladwell’s The Tipping Point examined the phenomena that often causes products, ideas and behaviours to go from obscurity to ubiquity virtually overnight. Gladwell pointed to the “connectors” and “mavens” among us whose networking is as viral as a flu pandemic. Some of today’s new recruiting methods and tools aim to tap into this kind of power – the power of weak ties – for sourcing top candidates

  • My brilliant career – Martin Bowen by

    My Brilliant Career – Martin Bowen, HR manager

  • HR the happiest workers by

    Australia’s happiest employees work in HR and recruitment, according to a national SEEK survey of 5,000 employees

  • Caution urged on labour agreements by

    CONTRACT PROFESSIONALS on existing 457 visas and those seeking entry into Australia were recently warned to tread with caution when signing on to conditions under labour agreements with on-hire agencies

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