Anonymous resumes reduce discrimination
A study into the use of completely anonymous hiring practices produces some interesting results.
Aussie workers have stolen $400m from employers since 2000
Whether it’s a crime of opportunity, greed, malice or a combination of all three, over the past 12 years Aussie workers have ripped off their employers to the tune of $400m.
Recruitment video at PwC goes viral
Social media recruitment is no longer just a ‘good idea’ on the horizon: it’s here, your competitors are doing it, and if you’re not on board you WILL be left behind.
Smokers need not apply
Australia: The president of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) has come out swinging, sparking an age-old debate by accusing smokers of costing the state “millions and millions” of dollars in lost productivity each year.
Of Talent and Trends
Asia feature: Dhirendra Shantilal, Kelly’s APAC head gets down to the nitty-gritty of talent and trends with Kelly’s latest Asia Pacific Professional and Technical Salary Guide
Australian Fair Work decision dents employer push for urine tests
An energy company’s request to test the urine of its employees has been thrown out by a full bench decision of Fair Work Australia in a case with potentially wide-reaching ramifications.
Aussie legislation against employers seeking Facebook login details
Asking for a candidate’s Facebook login details is a fatally flawed practice from the get-go, and any use of Facebook presents risks around discrimination.
Making rewards count
As the war for talent remains competitive, the need for a comprehensive compensation and benefits strategy has become pivotal. HRM finds out what innovative pay and rewards strategies companies are adopting to effectively attract and retain key talent
Asian CEO confidence on the decline
Quarterly poll points towards slower growth
More “naked resignations” among Chinese workers
Almost half of Chinese employees are considering “naked resignations” – a new term that is getting increasingly popular in China