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FWC case provides welcome labour hire clarity

Businesses that use labour hire workers can reduce legal risks if they heed the lessons of a recent Fair Work Commission decision, which clarifies when a host will - and will not - be considered an employer, according to workplace lawyer Fiona Austin. » more »

Tired HR teams set to move; SMEs luring corporate pros


As the jobs market heats up, many organisations will struggle this year to retain their employees, and those charged with the task in HR teams might be most at risk of leaving. Here is a specialist's advice on how HR departments can maintain their own people and build their headcount this year, along with tips for HR candidates looking for their next role. » more »

Resilience advice for challenging times

Building resilience is vital in any business dealing with change and uncertainty; it's proven to be good for both individuals and the bottom line. These tips will help you - and employees - respond to stressful situations. » more »

What CEOs need from HR to improve business agility

Simplified organisational structures will help businesses respond to an increasingly unpredictable global environment, but this will require HR departments to develop a deeper understanding of the business itself so they can align talent strategies with company objectives, according to new research from ManpowerGroup. » more »