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  • Office cliques: good or bad? by Tammy Buckley

    Forty-three per cent of employees say their workplace is populated by cliques, but should these groups be viewed with scorn?

  • L&D In Tough Times by External

    With key indicators pointing to an economic slowdown, Melbourne Business School associate professor Catherine de Fontenay examines the pros and cons of continuing to invest in employee skills

  • Abbott drops the axe on public jobs and committees: What does it mean for employment? by Cameron Edmond

    In a move to reduce red tape, the Abbott government has promised the abolition of government committees and jobs. What does this mean for employment?

  • Recruiters need to care more: Expert by Cameron Edmond

    With the unemployment rate forecast to increase, recruiters need to learn some bedside manners, one expert says.

  • Global Traveller by Iain Hopkins

    After working with some of the most innovative global companies, including GE and UBS, Yasu Sato found himself in one of the most ubiquitous rapid-growth companies around: LinkedIn. He talks to Iain Hopkins

  • Online recruitment a challenge Indeed by

    Cutting through in the now crowded space of online recruitment can be intimidating. This week HCTV speaks to Rony Kahan and Chris McDonald of Indeed.com to find out how they are helping recruiters adapt to the changing market.

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