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Investors dump SEEK as full year results disappoint

A telling sign as to how well a listed company is doing, or not doing, can be seen by how early, or late, in their investor presentation pack the key financial metrics are detailed. SEEK Limited released the presentation slides to accompany their full 2020 financial year results yesterday and it took until slide 9…
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The recruitment and training disaster that’s going to cost Victoria $30 billion

This week Victoria entered the harshest lockdown so far, in the fight to restrict the spread of the coronavirus. Premier Daniel Andrews, declared a state of disaster leading to the shutdown of most businesses and significantly greater restrictions on the operations of remaining, essential sectors. An evening curfew and other restrictions on peoples’ activities outside…
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Interview with 2020 RCSA Recruitment Leader of the Year (NZ): Kymberly Tupai of Stellar Recruitment

Four weeks’ ago, the RCSA announced the winners of the 2020 New Zealand industry awards. The winner of the Recruitment Leader of the Year was Stellar Recruitment’s Kymberly Tupai. While she was completing her Bachelor of Business, Kymberly was fortunate enough to be given a rigorous grounding in leading people by managing a Bunnings store…
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Michael Page fares worst of global recruiters in COVID-devastated June quarter

Eleven global recruitment agencies; Hays, Manpower, Page Group (Michael Page), Robert Walters, Randstad, Robert Half, SThree, Kelly, PERSOL, Outsourcing and Adecco have recently released quarterly updates for trading results to 30 June. In terms of large global companies with a significant local presence, half-yearly or quarterly results have yet to be announced by Recruit Holdings…
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Hays consultants bill 61% more than local rivals during COVID crisis

The most recent Hays Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) results, released last Thursday along with the company’s global half-year update, demonstrate, no matter the economic conditions, the local Hays business has no peer when it comes to consultant productivity. Here are the headline results based on my calculations from historical data and the H2 update…
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Costly disputes with clients: how vulnerable are you?

In my adult life I have been at the centre of three significant disputes; all having occurred across a three year period when I was in my late thirties. One was as an employee and the others were as a business owner. Each dispute took months to resolve. Each dispute drained both my energy and…
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Just 14 of the CEOs behind this year’s Global 500 companies are women, and none of them are women of colour via @SmartCompany

Hiring activity in India decreased by 47% in July 2020 when compared to the same period in 2019 amid the pandemic and nationwide lockdown via @SIADailyNews

Which employees, if lost or unable to fulfill their jobs, would cause the most disruption or lead to real challenges for your organization? via @ERE_net

Victoria lost 6.7% of payroll jobs between March 14 and July 25, compared to 4.1% in New South Wales, 3.4% in Queensland, and 4.5% across the country. via @TheNewDailyAu

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