Thursday, July 7, 2022

Impact welcomes four new senior hires to Australian based team

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Impact a leading global automated partnership management platform has announced the appointment of four new senior executives to its growing and robust Asia Pacific team.

Airtasker study shows Gen Z are embracing the flexible economy

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Research released by Australian local services marketplace Airtasker reveals that Gen Z are leading the charge when it comes to embracing the flexible economy in Australia.

Employers are reluctant to hire older workers despite outperforming younger peers in essential skills

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Australian employment services provider, MAX Solutions, has revealed that 30% of employers are reluctant to hire older workers, despite employers identifying a range of essential workplace skills at which older workers tend to excel compared with younger peers.

Bendigo and Adelaide Bank’s Unleash as its AWS skills guild in Australia

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Bendigo and Adelaide Bank is an Australian better big bank which offers unparalleled services to more than two million customers in over 500 locations across Australia.

Metlife Insurance assesses what employees want post-pandemic

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A focus on health and wellbeing, and a job with purpose, is what is going to make employers stand out for the workforce of the future, say experts at MetLife’s corporate partner event.

Skill Finder marketplace helps to connect Australians to in-demand jobs

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Skill Finder, the free digital micro-skills marketplace developed by the Australian technology industry launched 20 new dedicated Career Pathways to help meet the growing demand for skilled workers in high-demand jobs such as data analytics, digital marketing and UX design.

Poly identifies six workplace personas and emerging trends in Australia

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Poly has released new research which identifies six distinct personas found within the majority of Australian businesses. The six personas, which represent approximately 92% of employees within a typical enterprise, each have their own distinct character traits.

Communication with employees working from home key to success

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With millions of Australians currently working from home during lockdown, many employers have again had to pivot their business online to keep the wheels turning.

Business owners say employees are not honest with expenses and don’t trust them with...

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With lock downs and the hybrid working model expected to be a mainstay even after the pandemic, home-based work will require trust between businesses and their employees.

Businesses need to adapt their OHS to encompass safe remote working

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With lockdowns sending office workers home again, and many in other states continuing a hybrid working arrangement, a global risk management provider urges businesses to develop occupational health and safety management (OHS) systems that ensure the working conditions for all employees are monitored and meet international standards, regardless of their location.