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Grad programs that fail to create leaders are "charity"

Employers that fail to retain employees beyond their graduate recruitment program and promote them into management roles are not achieving a reasonable return on their investment, according to Onetest CEO, Steven Dahl.

"Engagement has run its course": HR expert

There is one evidence-based concept that HR practitioners should embrace and apply to "make a real difference" in their organisation in the next 12 months, according to eminent HR academic Dr Roger Collins.

Reviewing employee contracts vital in turbulent times

With global economic turbulence set to continue and IR legislation changes taking effect within a year, employers must act now to ensure they will survive the emergence of an altered business landscape, according to a workplace lawyer.

Systemic bias against women at board level: study

Women in Australia continue to face barriers to their involvement at board level and are under-valued as non-executive directors, according to a new report that says the "fundamental" deficiency is failing to train, develop and mentor women early in their careers.

Flexible employers falling short of platinum recognition

A score of Australian businesses have sought recognition for workplace flexibility since the implementation of a new scheme in May, but all have yet to reach the lofty goal of platinum accreditation.

Sexual harassment complaints process could save bottom line

Employers must implement an efficient and accessible sexual-harassment complaints process if they are to avert the devastating impact that sexual harassment can have on a company's morale and bottom line.

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