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Job ads keep falling, but deterioration slowing

Job ads keep falling, but deterioration slowing | MSuttonEmployment | Scoop.it
Job ad declines are continuing to moderate, in a sign the labour market may be nearing its trough.
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Crowd-sourcing sites blamed for tougher freelancer conditions - mUmBRELLA

Crowd-sourcing sites blamed for tougher freelancer conditions - mUmBRELLA | MSuttonEmployment | Scoop.it
Pip Jamieson Crowd-sourcing websites have been accused of contributing to tougher conditions for creative freelancers, with a survey revealing almost half
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Australian women still lag behind men in pay: report

Australian women still lag behind men in pay: report | MSuttonEmployment | Scoop.it
A new COAG report has found Australian women are continuing to lag behind men in pay and positions of power.
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Survey finds only 16 of Australia's top 200 listed companies meet gender diversity standards - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Survey finds only 16 of Australia's top 200 listed companies meet gender diversity standards - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) | MSuttonEmployment | Scoop.it
A survey has found that only 16 of Australia's top 200 listed companies meet gender-diversity standards.
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Demand for execs on the rise, but not in IT

Demand for execs on the rise, but not in IT | MSuttonEmployment | Scoop.it
The demand for Australian executives has finally risen, gaining 8% in August this year, despite the fact that the demand has been at an historic seven...
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Where do we find the big data skills?

A significant shortage of big data expertise is looming. A leading recruitment company says many organisations want to use the technology for competit...
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New job opportunities emerge with growth of BYOD

Emerging technologies like Bring Your Own Devices are driving new ICT employment opportunities and creating new job hotspots, according to a recent su...
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UK graduates arrive in India for Wipro internships

UK graduates arrive in India for Wipro internships | MSuttonEmployment | Scoop.it
UK engineering graduates have arrived in India to start a nine-month internship with IT services giant Wipro
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Win for women in bide to hike super pay

Win for women in bide to hike super pay | MSuttonEmployment | Scoop.it
In what is believed to be an Australian first, female staff at Rice Warner Actuaries will be paid a higher rate of superannuation.
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How to lead when change is the new normal

How to lead when change is the new normal | MSuttonEmployment | Scoop.it
Business leaders need to think about the impact of ubiquitous technology on their future employees and the vastly different expectations they will have
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Asia Pacific has worst lost device record

Asia Pacific has worst lost device record | MSuttonEmployment | Scoop.it
Companies from the Asia Pacific region have the highest level of incidents relating to the theft or loss of personal devices by staff A survey by B2B...
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Childcare industry facing staff shortages as Government pushes ahead with ambitious targets - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Childcare industry facing staff shortages as Government pushes ahead with ambitious targets - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) | MSuttonEmployment | Scoop.it
There are warnings the childcare industry is facing chronic staffing shortages as the Government pushes ahead with ambitious targets on training and child-to-carer ratios.
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Mixture of optimism and ‘insecurity’ for Aussie job seekers

Australians seeking new jobs - despite a level of current job ‘insecurity’ - remain optimistic about their employment prospects in the face of recent...
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Steady as she goes for IT salaries, while others move up

Steady as she goes for IT salaries, while others move up | MSuttonEmployment | Scoop.it
Salaries in the IT sector were generally static last year, while job seekers in 63% of industries across Australia, were offered higher salaries in 20...
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Crowd-sourcing sites blamed for tougher freelancer conditions - mUmBRELLA

Crowd-sourcing sites blamed for tougher freelancer conditions - mUmBRELLA | MSuttonEmployment | Scoop.it
Pip Jamieson Crowd-sourcing websites have been accused of contributing to tougher conditions for creative freelancers, with a survey revealing almost half
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Telstra boosts offshore jobs as locals cut

Telstra boosts offshore jobs as locals cut | MSuttonEmployment | Scoop.it
More than 10,000 overseas contractors are working for Telstra as it slashes jobs at home to help boost profit.
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Business looking to borrow in wake of election result: NAB

Business looking to borrow in wake of election result: NAB | MSuttonEmployment | Scoop.it
Australia's biggest lender to business sees signs companies are looking to lift investment.
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IT pros plead with Microsoft to save TechNet

IT pros plead with Microsoft to save TechNet | MSuttonEmployment | Scoop.it
A group of Aussie IT professionals are campaigning for Microsoft to reverse its decision to retire TechNet which is widely used to get in-depth techni...
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Bring your own device – err disaster

Bring your own device – err disaster | MSuttonEmployment | Scoop.it
BYOD - bring your own device/disaster - is the next big shootout between Apple’s iOS, Google’s Android and Microsoft’s Windows. The stakes are e...
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Government to patch car industry with $200 million in support - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Government to patch car industry with $200 million in support - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) | MSuttonEmployment | Scoop.it
Australian car makers are set to receive $200 million in government assistance to help boost sales of locally-made vehicles.
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Labor holds back super changes for five years

Labor holds back super changes for five years | MSuttonEmployment | Scoop.it
A re-elected Labor government would quarantine changes to the taxation of superannuation for five years, Treasurer Chris Bowen has announced.
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Geelong looks to boost local ICT industry

Geelong looks to boost local ICT industry | MSuttonEmployment | Scoop.it
Victoria’s second city, Geelong, is making a push to attract more IT investment, with kocal peak industry body ICT Geelong launching a new membership...
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Amazon, Google employees ranked as 'least loyal' - GeekWire

Amazon, Google employees ranked as 'least loyal' - GeekWire | MSuttonEmployment | Scoop.it
These days, it's not quite as common for employees to stay with one company their entire careers. Now, though, people stay at one place for an average of 3.68 years.
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Aussie burger buyers abandoning McDonald's

Aussie burger buyers abandoning McDonald's | MSuttonEmployment | Scoop.it
Lower levels of spending and cut-throat competition are starting to bite McDonald's, with consumers withdrawing even from the food chain's bargain basement offers.
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Survey finds many Australian employers value men over women, prefer workers without children - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Survey finds many Australian employers value men over women, prefer workers without children - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) | MSuttonEmployment | Scoop.it
A large number of Australian businesses prefer male employees without children or relationships, according to a survey by workplace management consultancy Kronos.
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