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At one time or another most of us have to cope with the trauma of moving house. According to current Commonwealth Government statistics more than 1.5 million Australians, or over 16% of the population, do move every year. So trauma or not, the chances are you will move house several times during...
This is the first of three summaries of research concerned with the interview process. In this report evidence is presented which indicates that the selection interview has an uncertain reliability and low validity. It is suggested that until individual organisations evaluate their interviewing...
Ever since the invention of the thermometer in 1632, by Jean Rey, a French physician, this simple liquid and glass contraption has been used as a quick, painless and inexpensive way of monitoring a person's state of health. Organisations, like people, also need to have their temperatures taken...
Meetings are a pervasive yet much criticised mode of communication in most organisations. As they are likely to remain a vital vehicle for solving problems and making decisions, we need to find ways of improving the effectiveness of meetings and lessen the amount of time invested in them. The...
For a long time we have been decrying the fact that there is a paucity of purely Australian references in the Personnel Management field. There are indications now that this lag is being taken up, and it is our pleasure in this issue to present reviews of a monograph, four books, and a students'...
The Minister for Productivity, the Hon. Ian Macphee, announced the new employee participation policy during his official opening address to the 27th Annual Industrial Relations Convention of the Victorian Employers Federation in Melbourne on 12th June. "The Government will take an active part in...
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