Archived News for Human Resource Professionals - June, 2013
A “Glass Ceiling” is described as “the unseen, yet unbreakable barrier that keeps women from rising to the upper rungs of the corporate ladder, regardless of their qualifications or achievements.” But now the walls will be transparent, too, so Australians can witness how workplaces are integrating women into upper management.
The newly released NSW State Budget holds some dire news for workers in the judicial system, with word up to 100 jobs will be cut from the Attorney-General’s Department.
WorkCover NSW and WorkSafe Victoria have begun a joint safety project. They’re working with local construction businesses to raise safety standards on either side of the border.
The nation’s business conditions have remained largely unchanged, with mediocre confidence continuing to plague the business community according to NAB’s monthly business survey.
The Federal Government has announced the latest series of job workshops for sacked Queensland public servants, with the first one kicking off in Brisbane before heading north.
Despite 40 per cent of businesses expressing confidence in the economy over the next year, and 68 per cent predicting increased business activity, employees shouldn’t expect to see a little extra something in their pay packets according to international recruitment specialists Hays.
National mental health organisation, beyondblue, has launched a new campaign aimed at creating a culture of mental health awareness with the Australian male cohort.