PageUp Brings New Efficiencies to Recruiting Process with Enhanced LinkedIn Integration

 PageUp, a leading multinational talent management solutions provider, has announced the integration of its award-winning Recruitment solution with LinkedIn Recruiter to provide clients with a streamlined approach to finding the best talent. 


MSS Security indigenous employment success

MSS Security is proud to announce its continuing commitment, support, and participation in Indigenous employment and training programs across Australia.

Earlier this year, MSS Security formed relationships with NANA Australia and Karlka Recruiting Group. NANA and Karlka Recruiting are specialist organisations that maximise recruitment opportunities for Indigenous Australians, engaging with local communities and promoting local hire.


Young lawyers risk failing to master fundamental lawyering skills, say leading lawyers

Today’s lawyers are focusing too heavily on written communication at the expense of oral communication, putting at risk mastery of fundamental lawyering skills and impeding efficiency at law firms, according to a group of leading lawyers and tests conducted by BigHand and Nuance Communications. 

“This generation of graduates and younger lawyers verbalise their ideas and thoughts by putting it on the screen - by typing,” Theodora Ahilas, Principal and Director at Maurice Blackburn, said. 


Skills in demand in 2015: Topping the list is the ability to work smarter, not harder

2015’s jobs market will be characterised by high demand for skilled professionals who can diagnose time or cost inefficiencies and then offer solutions to improve their department or business’s  performance, says recruiting expert Hays. 

According to the recruiter’s January to March 2015 Hays Quarterly Report, released today, as long as employers want to maintain profitability while keeping costs down, people who can offer effective process or costs solutions will be in high demand. 


Jobs growth and falling unemployment

37,400 new jobs were created in the month of December, building on the 45,000 new jobs created in November and the unemployment rate fell to 6.1 per cent.

In 2014, 213,900 new jobs were created and jobs growth averaged around 17,800 per month; more than triple the average monthly jobs growth in 2013 of around 5,000 a month.

ANZ job advertisements have also risen for seven consecutive months, pointing to more strength in the jobs market in coming months.



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