- Employers more flexible when recruiting for HR roles
Employers recruiting for HR roles have become more flexible with the skill set required from candidates to ensure the right cultural fit as the talent market begins to tighten, according to recruitment firm Hays.
- Rethink, redesign, rejuvenate
As national employment reaches capacity, a skills shortage is set to reignite the war for talent. Clever employers will rethink traditional job design – and make the most of who they have. Tom Washington reports
- Top 5 post-GFC recruitment tactics
Most businesses are still using pre-GFC recruitment and assessment models but must adapt to suit the changing job market, according to business psychology experts.
- Know thy worth – HR salary trends
HR salaries are set to gradually increase following tough economic times. HR Leader examines some of the latest trends in HR remuneration and looks at how HR professionals can improve their pay prospects
- Miners tighten up on pay
Iluka Resources has announced a series of cost-saving measures to remuneration policy and practices following poor financial results last year.
- Thousands saved in recruitment costs at Cuscal
Investing in employment branding has saved financial services firm, Cuscal, hundreds of thousands of dollars in recruitment costs over the last two years, delegates at an HR breakfast heard this morning.