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Women: the solution to Australia’s jobs crunch
Australia is facing a critical labour and skills shortage. The National Skills Commission forecasts an additional 1.2 million workers will be needed to fill our skills gaps by 2026. Migration has been suggested as…...
Are you ready for a 4 day work week?
The current 5-day work week was introduced in the late 1940s. Today, countries like Belgium, Spain and Japan have joined an increasing list of nations making the move toward a four-day work week. In…...
AI in Recruitment: Is it Good or Bad for Diversity?
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has incredible potential to positively influence the diversity of new hires as well as reduce bias in recruitment, but it isn’t foolproof. Diversity Council Australia recently partnered with Hudson RPO and…...
Is it time to leave your job?
In the workforce, we may have to face the difficult decision to leave an employer. These periods of transition can be challenging to navigate, so if you are considering leaving your current job, here…...
Workplace Trends for 2022
Workplaces have dramatically evolved over the past two years, so here are our top workplace trends for employers to watch for in 2022. Hybrid work Research suggests remote working and work flexibility for many…...
Hospitality Staff Shortages
As we emerge from lockdown, the sight of busy cafes, pubs and restaurants brings a welcome sense of normality. However, with shortages in hospitality candidates, it’s anything but ‘back to normal’ for hospitality business…...
Job ads soar – but no one’s applying
In October, SEEK had more job ads than ever before. Seek suggests this resulted from a combination of easing COVID restrictions and businesses getting ready for the holiday period. In Victoria, job ads recorded…...
The ‘Great Resignation’ comes to Australia
Over the past several months, the US has seen millions of workers quit their jobs, in what has been dubbed ‘The Great Resignation’. With mid-career workers and those in tech and healthcare, quitting at…...
Gen Z pursue climate careers
New research from the U.S. suggests that as Gen Z graduate from university and enter the workforce, they are more likely than older generations to pursue career paths centred on addressing climate change. 76%…...
COVID: Women on the Career Ladder
The pandemic continues to turn workplaces upside down however, it has only intensified some of the challenges women already faced. Throughout the pandemic, women have been more likely to be laid off, stalling their…...
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