retention news

  • One third of employers struggle with retention by

    RETENTION IS a problem for almost one-third of Australian employers, recent research has found, and retention problems most commonly manifest into serious productivity problems, a decrease in company morale and damage to business relationships

  • Haneef not the cause of overseas doctor shortage by

    Limited training and career opportunities are among the many reasons for the declining number of doctors coming to Australia, and not the perceived mistreatment of Indian doctor Mohammed Haneef, according to the peak body of medical recruiters

  • 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

  • Preparing for work in 2015 by

    MANY COMPANIES are going to have to change their organisational structure and manage their approaches to reward as well as leadership and talent differently if they are to succeed in the future, a new report has found

  • 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?

  • Sun’s flexible business benefits by

    Sun Microsystems is well-advanced in its model of flexible working. Craig Donaldson examines this model and the resulting business benefits

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