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From tax to AI, payroll personnel will need to pivot to keep up with changes.
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job losses on the cards at Cisco.
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The energetic leader believes in the value of showing up in the moment.
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The experienced executive says HR is in the ‘sweet spot’.
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Labour shortage and higher costs driving an automation wave in the US.
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Chinese authorities take the hard-line on 996 culture: working 9 am to 9 pm, six days a week.
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Higher income earners expected to contribute to state and private sector pension funds.
High levels of pandemic-related stress and poor ergonomics for at-home working are leading to an increase in disability claims.
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Culture, flexibility and ethics are among the top employer attractiveness criteria, according to a new survey.
Enforcement of legislation is a challenge with poor employer compliance and limited human resources capacity for inspections.
Big Tech does a turnaround on office re-openings and remote work as Covid-19 continues.
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Capitec embraces the fourth industrial revolution, goes on a massive recruitment drive to fill 300 positions.
Employees and employers are not yet on the same page around new work models.
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Anti-vaxxers will receive 50 percent less in annual increase at US packing firm.
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Business needs to start proactively managing culture, a new PwC Global Culture survey.
EU draft directive puts the gender pay gap in the spotlight, while Taiwan plans to reskill this year.
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A SAGEA survey shows that recruiting patterns for graduates are largely unchanged.
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