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A recruitment GM's claims about suffering discrimination and unlawful adverse action are "ambiguous" and "scandalous", her former employer's defence documents argue.
PeopleIn acquires IT recruitment business
Executive hiring takes a "breather"
Barriers still "alarmingly high" for women in construction: Randstad
Brunel Australasia MD on global staffing 'power' list
New bill aims to protect discriminatory recruiting
CEO placements hit record levels
Randstad appoints country director and NSW GM
Accor launches same-day hiring as critical skills shortage looms
Older workers locked out of labour market
Technology is driving some fundamental shifts in traditionally people-driven recruitment processes, and employers have to be mindful of not getting caught by the "inertia" that could land them in trouble down the line, an academic says.
A recruitment company and host employer have been fined for "overt and serious" discrimination after knocking back a 70-year-old job applicant.
In the wake of new guidance on workplace vaccination policies, many employers remain unclear about their rights and obligations. This webcast dispels some myths around what employers can and can't do in this space.
An employer has been ordered to revoke a decision and reconfigure its selection panel after it unfairly 'shifted the goal posts' during a recruitment process.
An applicant who complained about a discriminatory job ad has failed to prove he suffered hurt and humiliation that warranted $15,000 compensation.
Jobless rate falls to 4.9% but underemployment rises
Remuneration returns as employees' top motivation to move
Employer granted exemption to post women-only job ads
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