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Job descriptions – Irrelevant or still meaningful? New whitepaper


Job descriptions have fallen out of favour, but they still have an important role to play in communicating what organisations expect from people in their jobs. What's needed is a new approach to job descriptions, one adapted to today's workplace. Learn more about a new approach to job descriptions, download: Job descriptions – Irrelevant or still meaningful. » more »

Onus is on employers to improve productivity; Woolworths class action; and more

More engaging and harmonious workplace cultures might boost productivity more than industrial relations reforms, according to a new discussion paper. Also in this article: Woolworths is facing a class action after disclosing its widespread underpayments; employees' eagerness to receive feedback can signal their intention to leave; and more. » more »

Premium skills set for pay rises; Avoiding an underpayments scandal; 'Emotional' work; and more

Developing in-demand soft skills is one way for employees to circumvent Australia's low-pay-growth environment, new research shows. Also in this article, preventing an underpayment scandal; the link between emotional work and absence; and more. » more »