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  • Adversity breeds engaged workforce: HBOS by

    The employee/employer dynamic changes in times of adversity and can lead to the employee becoming more engaged instead of disengaged, according to the CEO of HBOS, David Smith.

  • Trade secrets: Women, become ‘battleaxes’ at work by

    The Sydney Morning Herald’s front-page story this week questioning the Australian Trade Commission’s actions after one of its senior diplomats, John Finnin, was investigated by police for child sex offences, raised more than a few questions about the commission’s HR & employment policies here at Inhuman Resources.

  • Being a social butterfly could kickstart your career by HCA

    A recent survey has highlighted the importance of up-skilling in order to remain employable and has also revealed networking to be a key priority for many professionals.

  • Migration legislation changes imminent by HCA

    Changes to Australian migration legislation will come into effect on 14 September 2009.

  • Diversity@Work Awards 2009 by

    Ticket sales are now open for the 2009 Diversity@Work Awards

  • Teleworking on the rise by

    The number of workers paid by the hour in the US using flexible scheduling benefits such as teleworking is larger than expected, a recent study has revealed

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