The business case for an employee referral scheme should clearly demonstrate that it will help recruit workers who are better suited to both their position and the culture of their new workplace, says JobGenie founder Riges Younan.
Employers must accept that they no longer have ultimate control over their employer brand - but there are some steps they can take to keep the message positive, says US-based HR commentator Dr John Sullivan.
Flexible work arrangements will be seen as solutions to the "problem" of women's employment until more men access them, says the director of the Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Agency (EOWA), Mairi Steele.
There's employee relations risk any time you switch from a seniority scheduling module to something more progressive. And that means you don't take risks that alienate average performers. Kind of stinks for the high performers, doesn't it?
Given that 63% of Australian employees are not fully engaged at work it is not surprising that they are looking for a distraction. Close down Facebook, Twitter, MySpace whatever you will not see an increase in productivity...
The economic recovery will hit employers "like a tsunami", says human capital consultant Anthony Sork. Employers acting too late to stop the exodus of their workers must focus on attaching and on-boarding their replacement recruits.