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  • Flexible working can make or break employers by Chloe Taylor

    A new study has found that employees regard flexible working as a key influencer when considering job offers – but many feel that their employers are failing to provide it.

  • APS bosses warned to control hiring practices by Chloe Taylor

    Departmental secretaries at the Commonwealth will be given the power to hire new recruits in July following a hiring freeze of almost two years – but they will have to abide by a strict set of rules.

  • Opinion: Diverse and inclusive workforces central to solving challenges facing agriculture by External

    The image presented of agriculture and farming - of men working the land, hardened by the sun and drought - is outdated. Agriculture is a key growth sector in the Australian economy and must improve productivity and efficiency like any other industry that competes in the global market. To do so requires diverse and inclusive workforces and STEM skills are playing an increasingly important role, writes Julia Bailey.

  • The corporate world through HR’s eyes by Chloe Taylor

    What’s on HR’s mind? One global study set out to delve into the world of corporate HR.

  • Opinion: How to find top HR talent by External

    While it’s true there are more candidates than jobs right across the spectrum of HR roles presently, there’s always intense competition for the top candidates. But there are many steps businesses can take to ensure the cream of the crop is attracted to working with them, writes Peter Woodward.

  • Lighter Side: Heineken’s hilarious hiring campaign by Nicola Middlemiss

    The Dutch brewery showed its sense of humour in an outlandish hiring campaign…

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