The risks associated with mischaracterising “gig workers” are likely to increase, and employers must remain vigilant and think carefully about the implications of who is working for them and how, writes Gordon Williams A great deal is being written, here and overseas, about workers in the gig economy. For example, […]
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Maintaining flexibility and employee retention gives companies a competitive edge with casual workers in the age of the gig economy, writes Bruce Mackenzie Together with the Netherlands, Denmark and Switzerland, Australia has one of the highest numbers of casual workers in the world, with the OECD Employment Outlook 2019 showing […]
Traditional models of work are changing with the rise of portfolio careers, and HR and HCM systems need to keep up with these changes and contractor management more broadly, writes Kim Boyd There is a longstanding idea that an employee holds a single position with a single employer, and that […]
There is no silver bullet to recruiting the perfect candidate, according to industry veteran Andrew Banks, who explained that companies should adopt a process akin to a 100 point-check in order to improve talent acquisition success. While the process of recruiting the right people is far from a perfect science, […]
Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning have evolved to a point where they can play a significant role in talent matching and HR leaders need to take advantage of this technology to improve talent acquisition outcomes, according to Indeed’s senior vice president of HR, Paul Wolfe. There are multiple layers […]