Clients demanding more from contingent workforce providers

The trend of providing employee-style benefits to contingent workers is overall positive, but recruiters and contractor management organisations are wearing most of the associated legal risks, a seasoned HR professional says. The contracting model traditionally used to be "we'll do your payroll and your super, but you're kind of on your own for the rest … Continue reading Clients demanding more from contingent workforce providers

What You’ve Been Doing Wrong in Job Interviews

This article is exclusively written by Loren Brown for Career Money Life. There are a variety of reasons why candidates fall short in interviews and never land that coveted position. These can range from tangible skills and performance all the way to how applicants present themselves. HR managers and interviewers are constantly amazed at the … Continue reading What You’ve Been Doing Wrong in Job Interviews

The best jobs in Australia for 2018

This article is originally published in Business Insider. Global jobs site Indeed has analysed its search data for Australia, uncovering the best local jobs. Indeed examined tens-of-thousands of job posts to identify well-paid roles that have seen remarkable levels of growth and present great opportunities for job seekers or those considering future career options. Technology, … Continue reading The best jobs in Australia for 2018

Why open plan offices are like a nudist beach

This article is originally published in The Washington Post. In the #MeToo era, an open-office environment might seem like the perfect solution for fixing the sexual harassment that can take place behind closed office doors. If there are glass walls everywhere, and no one has doors or even plastic partitions to reserve any sense of privacy, groping and sexual advances might be harder … Continue reading Why open plan offices are like a nudist beach

Census 2016: it’s an evolving slog for the hardest workers

This article is written by Bernard Salt, Managing Director of The Demographics Group. This article is originally published in The Australian. There was a time when the world of work was simple enough. Men worked outside the home, and so did women until they married and “gave up work” to be a housewife and a … Continue reading Census 2016: it’s an evolving slog for the hardest workers