In his speech to Parliament on 10 December 2020, Minister of Defence Peter Dutton said most Aussies going about their day don’t spare much thought for our nation’s critical infrastructure. But a disruption to any of the essential services that underpin our way of life could have “catastrophic and far-reaching consequences”.
Welcome to the Great Resignation. Workers are resigning in droves, driven by burnout, a search for better pay and conditions, COVID-inspired epiphanies about work-life balance and the confidence provided by a talent shortage
Melissa George, Client Relationship Manager at SnapHire, shares the applicant tracking system’s journey to becoming the powerful recruitment platform it is today.
Summerset Retirement Villages has quadrupled their size since they first started. Find out how they seamlessly expanded their team.
While the pandemic hit the job market hard in 2020, there is plenty of cause for optimism for Australian jobseekers in 2021. We look at the employment trends you need to know.
We caught up with George Hitchcock, Solutions Engineer from LinkedIn Talent Hub, to hear about their exciting new Applicant Tracking System (ATS).
Every business should be able to attract, select and hire the best talent - that’s the belief of Australian-based HR tech company, SmartRecruiters. We got the low-down…
Estonia’s digital identity program is efficient, transparent and secure, leading the way as other governments strive to emulate it. Despite its success however, mistakes have been made – ones that other countries should learn from.
How is fintech impacting jobs in the finance sector? What will they look like in the future? Rebecca Smith, Lead Partner of PwC’s Future of Work, explains how technology will cause some roles to boom, others to be lost, and ultimately lead to the emergence of exciting new roles.
While many industries struggle through COVID-19, some are experiencing rapid growth. Former CVCheck CEO Rod Sherwood sheds light on the current job market, and explains how CVCheck is future-proofing itself against the pandemic.