Monday, May 23, 2022

Aussies better positioned to tackle the skills gap than global competitors

Australian businesses may be in a better position than global competitors to tackle the talent crisis, thanks to their willingness to recruit contingent workers and their focus on training current staff, according to the KellyOCG 2021 Global Workforce Agility survey.

Adapting to the future of work and the five work place trends to embrace

As businesses adapt to new ways of working and our cities start to buzz again, the workplace is being reimagined and the office has been fast-tracked as a place for quality interactions.

Remote work means increased surveillance and less freedom

The rise in home working has seen a growth in workplace surveillance and more companies are relying on the technology to help manage employees without ‘line of sight’.

Monash University’s Rob Hyndman awarded the Pitman Medal 2021

Rob J Hyndman FAA FASSA, Professor of Statistics and Head of the Department of Econometrics & Business Statistics at Monash University, has been awarded the 2021 Pitman Medal.

Verizon Business launches BlueJeans to enable next generation mobility

With new BlueJeans Mobile features and increased support for network edge-based video delivery on mobile devices, Verizon Business is driving real-time video collaboration, remote assistance and more to meet every distributed business need.

InnovationAus appoints broadcaster Ben Grubb as the new Editor

InnovationAus has appointed highly-regarded journalist, editor and broadcaster Ben Grubb as its new editor to run day-to-day news operation, build readership across the innovation ecosystem and assist in the development of new commercial products.

Preparation is over-rated: it’s self trust and resilience that lead to success

When considering many successful individuals – regardless of industry – the success they’ve achieved is almost always built on risk, confidence, and resilience.

Diversely launches in Australia to bring measurement and accountability to workplace D&I commitments

Diversely, the AI-driven, bias-free hiring tools for businesses looking to attract more diverse talent, announced availability to companies in Australia and around the world.

Asuria and Collingwood Football Club coach Melbourne job seekers

Designed to help Melbourne job seekers to find sustainable employment, The Magpie Next Generation Project is delivered by Asuria as part of the Department of Education, Skills and Employment’s Local Jobs Program.

Borderless talent will be important in driving a recovering economy

Breaking down borders and recruiting talent in new jurisdictions can help a business grow, find new markets and overcome talent shortages.