The IR changes are coming – five practical issues to consider for employers and human resources
Recruitment Marketing
by Jonathan Mamaril
4d ago
The imminent IR law change of Fair Work Legislation Amendment (Secure Jobs, Better Pay) Bill 2022 (Bill) is upon us as the crossbench and Greens provide support to the Bill in the Senate. There are a number of headline changes that have already incited a lot of discussion, such as: The final nail in the coffin for the construction industry watchdog, Australian Building and Construction Commission, with its powers shifting to the Fair Work Commission; The set up of an Economic Inclusion Advisory Committee to examine the suitability of income support payments ahead of each federal budget; Prese ..read more
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From the editor: How you can set your organisation up for talent acquisition success in 2023
Recruitment Marketing
by Susanne Mather
2M ago
As 2022 comes to a close and the run-up to the holiday season begins, it can be easy to take your foot off the pedal and forget you’ll have to hit the ground running with a robust talent strategy if you want your organisation to grow in 2023. Indeed and Glassdoor recently released their very first joint Hiring and Workplace Trends Report, which explores the projected areas talent acquisition and HR teams will need to focus on in 2023 – including the value of company culture; an increased demand from candidates to see DE&I initiatives; and working with team members to enact feedback and cha ..read more
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The ‘do’s and ‘don’t’s of exceptional culture: insights from Galen Emanuele
Recruitment Marketing
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2M ago
https://www.recruitmentmarketing.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/the_dos_and_donts_of_exceptional_culture___culturedrop___galen_emanuele-720p.mp4   Galen Emanuele, keynote speaker and expert on team culture, EQ, and leadership, gives his tips on what to do and what to avoid when building on workplace culture. Read more on the importance of getting team culture right in your recruitment marketing, particularly as it’s projected to be a focus area for candidates in 2023, here: From the editor: How you can set your organisation up for talent acquisition success in 2023 This video was curat ..read more
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Six key employment contract clauses
Recruitment Marketing
by Jonathan Mamaril
2M ago
Employment contracts are the start of the compliance journey in the workplace.  Employment contracts—and in particular, employment contract clauses—act as a protection tool as well as the first document to start setting out basic standards and performance requirements for an employee. A company looking to sell, tendering for larger contracts, or contracting with other organisations will usually be required to produce a coherent document.  If you are starting up a company, investment in proper employment contracts with staff may seem (understandably) a lesser priority—however, as an o ..read more
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Christmas recruitment is ramping up, but retailers are in for a tight festive season
Recruitment Marketing
by Callam Pickering
3M ago
With the festive season now just around the corner, retailers across the country are preparing themselves for their busiest months of the year – but with jobseeker interest lagging behind vacancies, it looks like retailers are in for a not-so-merry Christmas.  In Australia, hiring for holiday jobs typically begins in August, ramping up throughout September and peaking in October, with businesses finalising recruitment and schedules well before the Christmas holidays.  On Indeed, job postings for Christmas opportunities this year have outpaced last year – a sign that retailers are opt ..read more
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Key ways to make team members feel valued: insights from retail expert, Tracey Mathers
Recruitment Marketing
by Tracey Mathers
3M ago
https://www.recruitmentmarketing.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/Tracey-Mather-RMM-1.mp4 Tracey Mathers, experienced retailer, business advisor, and speaker, gives her insights on why championing your team members is key to success in retail recruitment and retaining key staff. Tracey has also shared her thoughts on retail recruitment and how to get it right the first time in an interview with Recruitment Marketing Magazine. Click below to read it: Read more: Why getting recruitment right the first time is so important The post Key ways to make team members feel valued: insights from retail ..read more
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Key ways to make team members feel valued: insights from retail expert, Tracey Mathers
Recruitment Marketing
by Tracey Mathers
3M ago
https://www.recruitmentmarketing.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/Tracey-Mather-RMM-1.mp4 Tracey Mathers, experienced retailer, business advisor, and speaker, gives her insights on why championing your team members is key to success in retail recruitment and retaining key staff. Tracey has also shared her thoughts on retail recruitment and how to get it right the first time in an interview with Recruitment Marketing Magazine. Click below to read it: Read more: Why getting recruitment right the first time is so important The post Key ways to make team members feel valued: insights from retail ..read more
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Maximum compensation awarded in unfair dismissal claim: a tale of how not to deal with absenteeism
Recruitment Marketing
by Jonathan Mamaril
4M ago
If you ask any HR team with any organisation or business – dealing with staff issues is a constant battle, the recruitment and retention problem has caused a ripple effect of claims and grievances. Some examples of grievances that NB Employment Law have assisted clients with include: Lack of recruitment, leading to promoting a manager to a senior manager role and doubling his direct reports – the senior manager felt frustration with one staff member and in particular struggled with the performance management process which eventually led to the senior manager going on “stress leave”. Prob ..read more
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Four ways to make your hiring process more accessible
Recruitment Marketing
by Sally McKibbin
4M ago
With the recent Jobs and Skills Summit highlighting the discrimination people with a disability face when trying to enter the workforce, and with only 48 per cent of working-age Australians with a disability employed, it’s time for organisations to prioritise accessibility – and this starts at recruitment. Don’t know where to start? Here are four ways you can make your recruitment process more accessible. 1. Avoid unconscious bias when recruiting There are many ways to make your hiring process more accessible, but the first step is to address your own unconscious bias. Unconscious bias refers ..read more
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Why Australia’s recruitment process needs an overhaul
Recruitment Marketing
by Alicia Kouparitsas
4M ago
A diverse and inclusive workplace embraces different lifestyles and backgrounds, fosters leadership and creativity at every level of the organisation, and brings on board the most well-suited talent for its roles.  All this begins at the recruitment stage; those in charge must consider the organisation’s recruitment process, and how this impacts diversity and inclusion (D&I) in the workplace.  The opportunity to develop a team that is varied and diverse begins with the initial application. Most recruitment methods, such as resumes, reference checks and cover letters, create the f ..read more
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