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Employers should look at offering extra time off or increased flexibility of hours rather than higher pay to attract and retain staff, according to a recent survey conducted by Candle.
Corporate recruitment in the US is becoming increasingly centralised, according to a recent survey.
Since moving to a full online assessment system, the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority has reduced time to fill, lifted the quality of new hires and improved its retention rate, says national recruitment manager Kelly Keane.
Good recruiters should have in-depth knowledge about turnover rates in their industry, says international recruitment and HR advisor Dr John Sullivan.
Hudson Highland's in-depth "Unlock Corporate Performance" study will shed new light on how companies should be recruiting, organising and managing their top performers.
The current trend for companies to merge their internal and outsourced IT resources has encouraged Candle to develop a new business model that combines outsourcing with contracting.
Mercer Human Resources Consulting has warned employers to expect a rapid increase in remuneration for skilled workers over the next few years.
Following its ground-breaking study on absenteeism in call centres last year, leading recruitment company Hallis is to undertake a far larger, more detailed study of absenteeism across all industries.
The big marketing campaigns being run by the competing employment media are accelerating the shift from print to online, says SEEK ceo Paul Bassat.
A recent study by TMP Worldwide shows Australian employers are failing to execute some of the most basic steps to improve their recruiting performance.
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