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  • ‘Fighting fires’ costing thousands by

    IT COSTS a company $7000 to $10,000 extra to hire an employee if no sufficient recruitment plan is in place.

  • How Nokia and IBM go about employer branding and winning the war for talent by

    Organisations with a strong employer brand don’t need to fight for candidates in a tight labour market. Teresa Russell looks at how Nokia and IBM go about employer branding and winning the war for talent

  • The ‘Crackberry’ culture by

    Whether you love them or you hate them, BlackBerrys have successfully infiltrated corporate life, increasingly blurring the line between work and personal life

  • Corporate education programs need more planning by

    ORGANISATIONS ARE increasingly seeking ways to measure return on investment from their education and training expenditure, however, recent research has found that about only 60 per cent of organisations actually link their corporate education programs to specific corporate goals

  • Employers welcome budget by

    RECRUITERS AND employers have welcomed the Government’s move to address the skills shortage and improve workforce participation with their recent 2008 Federal budget announcement.Web Abstract Long compulsory

  • Recessions and talent management by

    Business performance is dependent on talent in all economies, and retention of top performers is especially important during times of economic challenge, write Alice Snell and Allan Schweyer

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