- Ten job hunting blunders to avoid
Recruiters have advised job hunters not to sabotage their employment chances by avoiding common job hunting blunders.
- Keep burnout at bay
Employers have been advised to urge workers not to work while on holidays to avoid burnout for the new year.
- Saving 'face'
Thinking about 'friending' your boss on Facebook? You may wish to reconsider. According to a US survey released by Robert Half, nearly half of all employers revealed they were uncomfortable being 'friended' by the staff they manage (48%) or their bosses (47%) on social networking site, Facebook.
- Productivity hit by economy and workload concerns
Concerns about the economy and excessive workloads are not only leading to stress in Australian workplaces, but businesses are also suffering from lost productivity, according to international recruitment firm Robert Half.
- Australians worried about their job
SIXTY-SEVEN PER CENT of jobseekers are concerned about their current job or career in light of the global economic slowdown.
- Australia’s saddest states
ALMOST ONE third of Australian employees admit to suffering seasonal depression, or seasonal affective disorder (SAD)