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  • Post-graduate study: to fund or not to fund? by Chloe Taylor

    Should employers fund master’s degrees for their employees? HC speaks to a professor who oversees one of Australia’s most high profile post-graduate programs about the ups and downs of putting a worker through education.

  • New Zealanders bigger risk-takers than Aussies over salary by Chloe Taylor

    A recently conducted survey found that Kiwi workers are more inclined to gamble with their base salary if it means they have the opportunity to earn more through performance-based bonuses.

  • Ageing workforce taking toll on public sector by Chloe Taylor

    Statistics released by the Public Service Commission have revealed that the public sector’s workforce is reflecting the ageing workforce and youth unemployment.

  • Study finds retention agreements are failing by Chloe Taylor

    New research conducted by Towers Watson has revealed that retention agreements are failing to encourage staff to stay long-term after M&A deals.

  • Why HR should stop stretching the truth by Nicola Middlemiss

    Offering false promises to applicants is bad for business, say these HR professionals, who argue that candidates need to hear “the good, the bad, and the ugly.”

  • Crunching the data by Iain Hopkins

    As a new wave of employee communication monitoring technology kicks off, 2015 might be the year when HR analytics finally comes of age

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