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Five expert tips to bring your employee churn to a halt

The importance of finding the right employee from the start may seem like common sense, but there's a smarter way to reduce the time and money you spend hiring staff. by Kirsten Robb

Tuesday, 15 July 2014

Hospitality recruitment site in safe pair of hands

Like football fans around the world, former Socceroo and current Melbourne Victory goalkeeper Nathan Coe has had a busy couple of weeks following the World Cup, but he’s also got another reason to be bleary eyed. by Kye White

Tuesday, 8 July 2014

No leering or s-xting allowed: why employers should take note of a new ad campaign

Inappropriate workplace conversations and sexual harassment are the focus of the latest advertising campaign from the Human Rights Commission. by Kirsten Robb

Wednesday, 25 June 2014

Myer executive fired over misleading CV

Retail giant Myer is investigating the recent hiring of a senior executive, amid allegations the information contained in the manager’s CV was misleading. by Eloise Keating

Monday, 23 June 2014

US games developer pays unhappy employees $25,000 to quit

A games developer in the US is offering its new employees up to $US25,000 ($A26,630) cash to quit their jobs if they are unhappy. by Kirsten Robb

Tuesday, 17 June 2014

Warning signs an employee is about to resign

Have you ever been in a situation where you’ve been taken by complete surprise when one of your employees hands in their resignation letter? by Abiramie Sathiamoorthy and Janelle McKenzie

Friday, 13 June 2014

Youth unemployment impacted by offshoring of jobs

Youth unemployment rates are roughly double the average and the latest statistics show no improvement. by Scott Linden Jones

Tuesday, 27 May 2014

Tribunal awards compensation for employee who lost 17 kilos in three months after bullying

Tribunal awards compensation for employee who lost 17 kilos in three months after bullying. by Cara Waters

Tuesday, 27 May 2014

Dynamic duos: How these husband and wife teams make it work

Around 70% of Australian businesses are family-owned and operated. Here’s how you can you make sure teaming up with your life partner is a smart business move, rather than a recipe for disaster. by Eloise Keating
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