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Unemployment rate falls further, masking labour market weakness
More grads drawn to public service jobs
New-hire pay rates nudge higher
Xero is embarking on one of its biggest hiring drives to date, relying on its new flexible work program to attract talent.
While many of its competitors are moving to remote-first working, a fast-growing employer is focusing on its collaborative, face-to-face culture and social aspects to attract the best tech talent.
While the executive recruitment market is starting to bounce back, senior leaders are much more thoroughly interrogating the organisations that want to hire them, search specialists say.
EVPs for contractors have traditionally been "very neglected", but this is an area organisations will have to focus on as highly skilled candidates become more selective with where they work.
Recruiter launches culture conversation 'card deck'
Programmed, Persolkelly report 8% revenue fall in APAC
New brand, integration for Testgrid
C-suite demanding crypto skills
Now is a critical time for employers to review their EVPs, as employees' loyalty plummets and active jobseeking escalates, Gartner's vice president of HR says.
EY is Australia's best workplace for professionals to grow their careers and develop new skills, according to data from LinkedIn.
Seek has been named the overall winner in the 2021 AFR BOSS Best Places to Work competition. Meanwhile a recruitment company has made the 'best' list for its flexible work practices.
ManpowerGroup reports flat top line
PageGroup's Australian headcount hit hard
Employer takes "work anywhere" to next level
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