Separating professional and personal lives in social media is a thing of the past, US based workforce marketing expert Jason Seiden told HRR.
Ajax Workforce Marketing CEO Seiden is so convinced that our social media worlds will increasingly blur between professional and personal that he has trade marked the term “profersonal”.
The Federal Government has suspended the ‘competency’ test used to determine disabled workers’ wages after a Full Court of the Federal Court found it was discriminatory. A Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FaHCSIA) spokesperson told HRR the assessments had been suspended while the government applied to the High Court seeking leave to appeal ...more
75% of Australians are turning to the bottle to cope with work stress, febfast National Director Howard Ralley told HRR.
Ralley said research showed we are “struggling to deal with the work life invisible barrier” and there was an “increasing peer pressure” among employees to drink after work.
The managerial potential of gen Y is a great unknown for today’s business leaders, says the CEO Institute.
Spokesperson Evan Davies told HR Report CEOs were finding it hard to attract and retain young talent. “This is really problematic in developing leadership and talent pipelines,” he said.
CV fraud is not on the rise despite an increase in high-profile cases, says Luke Battah, head of Australian-based background screening company AIM Screening Group.
He told HR Report cases like former Yahoo! CEO Scott Thompson, who resigned this month after a fake science degree was found on his official company biography, focused attention on a constant problem.
The NSW Independent Liquor and Gambling Authority (ILGA) is deciding whether casino operator Echo Management Group broke the law by not sooner reporting sexual harassment allegations against the former managing director of Sydney’s The Star casino. Its scrutiny comes despite an ILGA inquiry that supported Echo’s handling of the director’s dismissal.