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Aggrieved employees hot to trot

Workers left unfulfilled by employers failing to deliver don't wait - they quit.


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How employers are luring workers

Employers are resorting to unusual tactics to lure workers? Well, workers are emerging as the big winners in the war for talented staff.


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Restless Aussies in search of good leader

A good leader is more important to Australians than workers in 17 different places around the globe according to new research. Employer loyalty has dropped since the GFC.


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Managers should coach staff to sort their own conflicts

In their private life, the average employee is an experienced negotiator dealing with a myriad of issues from securing a home loan to a toddler who doesn’t want to get dressed for day care.


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Financial planners love people and figures

What job combines a love of dealing with people, a competitive drive, self discipline and a love of finance? Answer: Financial planner.


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20,000 new jobs in September

An unexpected jump in the number of jobs created last month has signalled a rate freeze but recruiters say a two-speed economy is very much at play.


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ICT candidates need to be extra savvy for soft market

An unexpected jump in the number of jobs created last month has signalled a rate freeze but recruiters say a two-speed economy is very much at play.


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Job growth patchy but hiring intentions strong

May's extended holiday period is believed to be behind a drop in job advertisements of 6.5 per cent.


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Mums' talent lost in inflexible working conditions

Mothers are finding it tough to break back into the workforce because employers are unwilling to take them on part time.


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Etiquette for recruitment consultants

What creature has a longer memory than an elephant? The answer is a job candidate who feels they have been wronged by a recruitment consultant.

 

Women a goldmine of talent too often ignored

Australian boards should be prepared to take more risks in appointing lesser known people as directors, particularly women.

Rebuilding teams after the GFC

A rough year in business may be over but companies may not be playing 'catch up' after the pay freezes.

Give staff freedom of expression or perish

The smart thing to do is to engage your employees, writes Michael Lund