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  • Measuring quality of hire might be your ticket to better recruitment by Cameron Edmond

    Getting the recruitment process right is a no-brainer when it comes to ensuring success, but if it is so obvious, why do so many HR practitioners still get it wrong? The answer might lie in your recruitment review.

  • More women needed to improve economy by Stephanie Zillman

    The Australian Human Rights Commission has today released a toolkit which has been developed to address the problem of too few women entering male-dominated industries.

  • Onboarding and the bottom line by Rose Sneyd

    An excellent onboarding process has a real, positive impact on a business’s bottom line, according to new research.

  • Talk is cheap in a telework environment by External,Iain Hopkins

    If you ask most HR managers what their company’s policy is around teleworking, the chances are they’ll tell you that they actively support and implement a teleworking program, writes Katie Fabian.

  • Maximise your memory - and have fun doing it by External

    If you let your brain power diminish as you age, you may end up impacting your quality of life now and into the future. Heidi Alexandra provides some memory booster tips.

  • Male corporate culture remains biggest barrier to breaking glass ceiling by Stephanie Zillman

    Retention of senior female executives is a major battleground for HR, and new research has revealed that the glass ceiling remains intact, and male-dominated corporate culture is the biggest barrier for women reaching board level.

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