Sunday, September 25, 2022

Australian Unions Win Wage Increase Fight

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The Fair Work Commission has decided to increase wages for a quarter of Australian workers - 5.2 per cent for those on the minimum...

Australia’s Annual Wage Review Facing Pushback from Employers

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The Annual Wage Review is hitting a solid wall of protest from employer lobbyists, arguing that a pay rise should again be delayed for...

Australia Partners with FMM Institute to Upskill Malaysian Food Manufacturers

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Fifty supervisors and quality control professionals from the Malaysian food manufacturing sector have joined an upskilling programme coordinated by one of Australia’s leading education...

Wage Increase in Australia Should Be 5.5 Per Cent, Says Unions

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The Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) have revised their Annual Wage Review claim from 5 per cent to 5.5 per cent to ensure...

Australia Job Advertisements Fall 5.5% in December

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Australian job advertisements slipped in December after two months of steep gains as some positions were filled, while a pick up in coronavirus cases...

Australian Businesses Are Hiring Remote Workers In Southeast Asia, As Closed...

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Australia’s international borders might be sealed shut, but businesses are increasingly looking overseas when recruiting. Serious skill shortages at home, coupled with the rise in...

Australia Introduces New Immigration Program to Attract Talent

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Australia Flexes Muscle in Talent War with Newest Immigration Program The global battle for talent supercharged by the Covid-19 pandemic shows no signs of abating,...

Australia Records Highest Level of Job Vacancies Since 2008

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Online job advertisements in Australia are at their highest level since 2008 but economists caution the end of the JobKeeper wage subsidy could push...

Australians Are Still Working From Home As Offices Reopen

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Australians with working-from-home arrangements appear to be on a permanent foothold, with the popularity of the arrangement rising even as workplaces reopen, global jobs...

100,000 Jobs at Risk After Australia Ends Wage Subsidy Scheme

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Australia ends pandemic wage subsidy scheme, jeopardising over 100,000 jobs Australia on Sunday ended its pandemic wage subsidy scheme called “JobKeeper”. The scheme initially saw...

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Modern Slavery is Unseen Because it’s Convenient

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According to the latest Global Estimates of Modern Slavery, fifty million people were living in modern slavery in 2021. Of these people, 28 million...

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One in Five Young People in China is Unemployed

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China’s youth unemployment rate reached a record high of 19.3%, in June this year with nearly one out of five young people being out...

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9th Malaysian Shared Services and Outsourcing Week

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Venue:  Malaysia Date:    13-16 June 2022 The pandemic has proved the importance of Shared Services, and the demand for Shared Services is rising. Malaysia remains...

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