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Surviving workers carry extra burden

By Genevieve Curtis As mass retrenchments become commonplace in Australian workplaces, bosses should spare a thought for those...

Young managers can cross age barrier with...

 By Karalyn Brown Much of the talk around age discrimination centres on the experience of older people...

Features & Functionality – CareerOne’s Dedicated Advertiser...

 CareerOne launched an enhanced Advertiser section in December 2009, providing Recruiters and HR professionals alike with increased...

Customer abuse leaves employers open to litigation

Harmers Workplace Lawyers says that employer litigation exposure for stress in the workplace is likely to escalate amid...

Senior execs linked to sexual discrimination at...

Harmers Workplace Lawyers says that recent cases of complaints of sexual discrimination and harassment reveal a significant rise...

Business praises new IR approach

Brad Norington Australia’s two largest business groups were remarkably upbeat as they responded to the Rudd Government’s release...

Give staff freedom of expression or perish

By Michael Lund.    Here’s a tip for all employers. If you can engage your staff you can...

Unions want to boost workplace umpire

By Samantha Maiden. Unions have asked the Rudd Government to boost the powers of the independent industrial umpire,...

Workers face sack after one warning

By Brad Norington and Patricia Karvelas. New "one-strike" unfair dismissal laws for small business will give employers the...

Improve your interview technique

 By Kate Southam Amongst professional interviewers such as HR managers and recruitment consultants, "behavioural interviewing" is used...