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Talent is 2020’s best ‘COVID-performing’ global recruiter

The Adecco Group released its December 2020 quarterly results yesterday, making it the last of the group of fourteen global recruitment agencies that I have been tracking this year to release to do so. The good news is that the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic became progressively less damaging on the global recruitment sector,…
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Investors cash in on SEEK’s bull run as Zhaopin sale triggers sell-off

You have to hand it to Andrew Bassat and the SEEK board. For the past two years they have been trodden their own path, seemingly unencumbered by any doubts, dismissive of criticism and impervious to any potential backlash against the contentious decisions they were making, or the business activities they were endorsing. The verdict from…
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What recruiters lose in a remote-work future without an office

The original purpose of the office was simple – as a knowledge worker, it was the place you had to attend in order to do your job. For (almost) every employee not out ‘in the field’ selling, building, fixing, cleaning, or transporting something, all the resources you needed to do your job were only available…
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Educate your clients to beat the impending candidate crisis

Recruiters quickly understand the realities of a changing labour market because we are immersed in that market each day. Employers who aren’t in the labour market every day (and even many of those that are) don’t want to hear that the labour market has changed in a way that creates more challenges for them. Unfortunately,…
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The largest-ever candidate shortage is looming – are you ready?

On the Monday immediately before the Melbourne Cup public holiday my wife and I decided to buy some new outdoor furniture (two couches and an umbrella), for use the next day when we were having guests around. We drove to our closest outdoor furniture store and were served by the store’s manager. After finding out…
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Ignite shareholders wake up (and other news of note to end the year)

To finish 2020 here’s a quick summary of good news, not-so-good news, the same old story and, to conclude, I offer a few things to think about as you contemplate 2021. The good news Australia is officially out of recession, with the economy expanding 3.3 per cent in the September quarter as restrictions eased and…
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Although Australia cites a “staunch commitment” to environmental protection of the Antarctic, the Federal Government is proposing to build a $2 billion concrete aerodrome at its Davis base. @MichaelWestBiz

A message to Scott Morrison: Toxic cultures start and end with leaders via @SmartCompany

Shipping group @QubeHoldings will give back $17m in JobKeeper subsidies but pockets $13.5m and some fancy executive bonuses despite its revenue rising strongly. How did it pull this off? @CallumDRFoote investigates for @MichaelWestBiz

The government has given the gas industry $300 million of taxpayers’ money in subsidies to "support jobs". In return, the industry has cut about 3000 workers, more than 10% of it workforce, in a boom production year by @MarkOgge @LizMinter_ @MichaelWestBiz

A wood products manufacturer in Minnesota, USA, reached a settlement — including a $90,000 civil penalty — after the company refused to hire women applicants from an employment agency @SIADailyNews

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