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  • Development and retention top priorities by

    FORTY-FOUR PER CENT of employers have said that staff development and retention is their top priority for 2008, a national study has found

  • Aussie bankers optimistic about 2008 by

    FIFTY PER CENT of Australian bankers expect to receive higher bonuses than last year, and only 8 per cent expect their bonuses to be lower than the bumper payouts of 2006

  • Cornerstones of good HR by

    EXECUTIVES ARE beginning to appreciate the importance of a more deliberate approach to the management of people and talent, according to a recent Economist Intelligence Unit paper

  • Making learning stick by

    Learning and development is a vital part of many organisations’ attraction, retention and career development strategies. Teresa Russell looks at how to implement effective workplace learning initiatives that won’t break the bank

  • Australian companies miss talent management boat by

    AUSTRALIAN BUSINESSES are failing to fully utilise talent management techniques and subsequently may fail to retain staff, allowing existing talent to be snapped up by other companies or for overseas positions.

  • Rewarding A Job Well Done by

    It has long been recognised that rewards programs can play an important role in encouraging performance on the job. Human Resources looks at some of the latest trends in the rewards and incentives market and examines how companies can get the most bang for their buck

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