Recruitment

  • Who’s choosing who? – what top graduates expect from HR by

    Has the global financial crisis changed the attitudes of Australia’s top graduates? Amal Awad finds out

  • Retention: back on the agenda by

    Are you prepared for turnover rates to double? In the first of a three-part series, Dr John Sullivan looks at the factors of poor retention performance

  • How many turkeys do you hire? Part 2 by

    While much attention has been given to the importance of hiring talented employees, issues around the cost of bad hires are of increasing importance to both HR professionals and their organisations. In this second of a two-part series, US recruitment expert Dr John Sullivan looks at strategies for improving the performance of new hires and how to reduce the likelihood of their premature departure

  • How many turkeys do you hire? by

    While much attention has been given to the importance of hiring talented employees, issues around the cost of bad hires is of increasing importance to both HR professionals and their organisations. In this first of a two-part series, US recruitment expert Dr John Sullivan looks at strategies for reducing the number of bad hires and improving candidate assessment

  • The balance sheet is king by

    Recruitment leaders must think of the bigger picture and look at how they can remove and reduce recruitment costs in a downturn, write Tim Way and Gareth Flynn

  • How to hire for cultural fit by

    Cultural fit is a relatively new buzzword in recruitment. Bruce Watt examines why cultural fit is important and looks at how hiring managers can put it into practice

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