- Employees taking a pay cut to find a job
Forty-two per cent of employees who started a new job in 2009 took a pay cut compared to just 28 per cent in 2008, recent research has revealed.
- Managing the total workforce
Contractors are a part of the federal workforce, but it is unclear whether their deployment is more often strategic or simply convenient, writes Allan Schweyer
- How will the downturn change the future of work?
Once-powerful employer brands are at risk of being unable to attract top talent in the next decade, according to a recent PricewaterhouseCoopers report on how the downturn will change the future of work
- Secrets of graduate recruiting linked to Facebook
Ernst & Young has seen the number of graduate applications increase by 20 per cent and its graduate acceptance rate increase by 7 per cent this year as a result of its successful graduate recruitment strategy on Facebook
- HR in Henkel
Henkel has been named as one of the World’s Most Admired Companies. Speaking from Shanghai, CEO, Asia-Pacific, Jan-Dirk Auris and head of HR, Monica Sun, tell Sarah O’Carroll about how they increased their investments in and focus on HR
- Graduates advised to jump on Facebook
Prospective graduates should be making the most of social media to get ahead of the pack when it comes to snapping up the pick of graduate places, Michael Specht, founder of HR technology consulting firm Inspecht has told HR Leader