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How the pandemic may unexpectedly change the war for talent

There have been countless articles, podcasts and television panels discussing the impact of COVID-19 on people’s health and the impact on local, national and global economies. Last week a survey from the UK reported that 53 per cent of recruitment professionals had self-assessed their mental health as having declined in the past year. Financial difficulties…
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Leading through COVID: an interview with RCSA CEO, Charles Cameron

(Left to right, Charles in WFH mode, September 2020 and, at the WEC conference in Geneva, March 2020) RCSA Chief Executive, Charles Cameron, is a few months past his four year anniversary in our industry’s hottest seat. As if he hasn’t got enough to do he has now been elected as one of the two…
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Mable attracting scrutiny, despite the silence of vested media interests

The insidious nature of vested interests and a playing field that’s a long, long way from level, when it comes to Federal Government tenders and contracts, has come to the fore with the abysmal failure of the tender-free $5.77 million contract for ‘surge staffing’ in aged care facilities impacted by COVID-19,  awarded to Mable Technologies…
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How are you going?

How are you going; really? More specifically; how is your mental health? Working from home; working alone; working in an unsuitable environment; and working in a tough market are each a challenge. If you are based in Victoria, as I am, you are also dealing with not being able to have face-to-face contact with any…
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A***holes in the workplace: your time is up  

Have company directors finally woken up to the long term reputational damage that male leaders are causing organisations when they behave like entitled, sex-focused, arseholes (predators?), towards their female subordinates? The damage to the reputation and career of male arseholes of this type has been, to date, negligible (exhibit A: Donald Trump). The countless women…
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RCSA/ANRA members outperform ‘disruptor’ Mable by 2045%

Whenever you hear ‘choice’, ‘efficiency’ and ‘cost savings’ or similar platitudes being uttered by a self-styled ‘recruitment industry disruptor’ you should immediately be sceptical with respect to such claims. Your scepticism should rapidly elevate when, as is inevitable, the ‘disruptor’ asserts that they are not providing recruitment, placement or on-hire services, they are merely ‘connecting…
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Nine in ten employees in the UK will need to reskill by 2030 at an additional cost of £13 billion a year, according to a study from @CBItweets via @SIADailyNews

A “second wave” of Covid-19 topped executive concerns for the second quarter in a row during the third quarter, according to the “Emerging Risks Monitor Report” released by @Gartner_inc via @SIADailyNews

A Dunedin woman has been awarded $20,000 and three months’ pay after being bullied at Select Recruitment. Jessica Williams was bullied by her manager and then unjustifiably dismissed, a decision by the NZ Employment Relations Authority has found.

A crucial aspect of Australia’s long-term economic recovery and growth will be filling the chasm in the labour market at the intermediate skill level – a chasm caused by a decade of damaging fascination with privatising VET. @MichaelWestBiz

The fossil fuel industry must be rapidly dismantled if human civilisation in its current form is to survive. so says, Ian Dunlop, formerly an international oil, gas and coal industry executive, chair of the @AustCoal , via @MichaelWestBiz

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