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And the most sought-after skills are...

Hays Recruitment claims the rate of hiring activity is on the rise in its newly released quarterly report on the Australian employment market.


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HR needs to intermingle

Isolation and compartmentalisation is a critical problem for many human resources managers but walls can be broken down by borrowing methods from other parts of the organisation.


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Mining the diminishing talent pool

Australia's large resources projects are competing with each other for staff.


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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.


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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.


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Recruiters placed on hire alert

Skills shortages are back with a vengeance now that Australia is in recovery mode.


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$80,000 to sign up

South Australian engineering firms are avoiding skill shortages by luring graduates with substantial pay packets.


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Room at the helm

Adelaide companies are starting to employ more senior staff as economy improves.


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First impressions vital

The biggest turn-off by far for employers looking for staff is candidates who haven’t done their research.


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The management blues

You get the VIP car park and the six-figure salary, but life can still suck when you reach the top. The boss's door slams. Blinds are shut. Seismic activity in the office makes the coffee machine...

 

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