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  • Salaries still on the rise by

    DESPITE A slowing economy, employers have not yet hit the panic button, with a recent report finding that national salary movements have increased to 5 per cent over the past 12 months, and are expected to continue rising at this pace over the coming year.

  • College graduates less confident by

    U.S. COLLEGE graduates are less confident than last year’s that they will be able to find the jobs they want.

  • Advancing Baby Boomer careers by

    BABY BOOMERS are leaving jobs because employers ignore their desire for career advancement and make assumptions about what older workers want, recent research has found

  • Blurring the offshoring line by

    A LOOPHOLE, that allowed foreign workers to be paid as little as $4.20 an hour is “totally unacceptable,” according to the Minister for Immigration and Citizenship, Chris Evans.

  • Globalisation driving recruitment change by

    GLOBALISATION WILL see the war for talent heat up over the next decade, and business will need to become more culturally aware to adapt to more people working across borders, recruiters were told at a recent RCSA conference

  • Culture fit key to hiring by

    INFLEXIBLE TECHNICAL requirements prevent many employers from securing ideal staff, according to Hays Human Resources

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