Dexter Tilo

Dexter Tilo

Dexter Tilo is a news writer for the Human Resources Director, where he produces articles about the particular sector to help keep them up to date with significant events.

Dexter has been writing for over three years now in various publications, and also takes an interest in writing about news and current political affairs.

 

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Jetstar names new CEO

Jetstar names new CEO

The new 'outstanding leader' is set to take the reins in November

Virgin Atlantic staff choose which uniform to wear regardless of gender

Virgin Atlantic staff choose which uniform to wear regardless of gender

The company also announced pronoun badges, among other inclusive initiatives

Minerals Council of Australia rejects multi-employer bargaining

Minerals Council of Australia rejects multi-employer bargaining

'Mining employers and employees already bargain successfully,' CEO says

Companies losing millions thanks to ‘unnecessary’ meetings

Companies losing millions thanks to ‘unnecessary’ meetings

Employees clock up a total of 18 hours a week in meetings – most of which are pointless

NSW doubles domestic violence leave for public sector workers

NSW doubles domestic violence leave for public sector workers

Everyone has the right to be safe both at home and in the workplace, says minister

Candidates are quitting before they even begin - here's how to stop them

Candidates are quitting before they even begin - here's how to stop them

Australian employees are declining job offers at a startling rate

Australians demand an end to the 40-hour work week

Australians demand an end to the 40-hour work week

As hybrid models rise in popularity, flexibility remains the key driver in retention

Will HR leaders face a raft of 'sickies' this Friday?

Will HR leaders face a raft of 'sickies' this Friday?

Report finds Thursday's National Day of Mourning could trigger absenteeism and cost economy millions

Citigroup opens beach-based office to lure in staff

Citigroup opens beach-based office to lure in staff

Perk comes amid observed 'low levels' of retention among junior bankers

Why wages shouldn't keep up with inflation

Why wages shouldn't keep up with inflation

RBA boss also says jobless rate is going to rise, and that companies shouldn't gouge