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  1. Default HR/IR Related News Update 2 July 2014

    'Corporate psychopaths': When employees hit back online
    With more employees taking their feelings online, job review websites Glassdoor and JobAdvisor are cashing in on the trend by offering image makeover services to brand-conscious employers.
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    Fashion stores encourage shoppers, staff to take selfies of clothing and post them online
    While many retailers once had a no-Facebook-during-business-hours policy, bosses are now seeing the benefits of building an online community.
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    Subiaco cafe punished for illegally docking workers’ pay — $100 for being late, pork belly dish ‘not crispy enough’
    A Perth cafe must pay thousands of dollars in compensation and penalties for illegally deducting money from the wages of its employees over minor errors.
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    Older volunteers helping young jobseekers find work in Launceston's tough job market
    Young job seekers in Launceston are looking to their elders for a helping hand into the job market.
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    Cashed-up boomers quit workforce but young people struggle to find a job
    Higher numbers of baby boomers are exiting the job market earlier, thanks to a recovery in financial markets – but the increase in vacancies has not made it any easier for young people to get a job.
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    Workplace law review put on hold to push sale of budget
    The federal government has put an ambitious review of workplace laws on hold as it spends political capital on selling its unpopular budget and amid fears of a ferocious campaign from Labor and the union movement that is expected to revive the spectre of Workchoices.
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    Unions mad over WA politicians' pay rise
    Unions have reacted with anger after West Australian politicians were granted a wage rise above the level stipulated in their own Workforce Reform Bill, which caps public sector salary increases at the inflation rate.
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    Invest in people, infrastructure and technology for future prosperity
    Nobel Prize-winning economist Professor Stiglitz, who is in Australia for a series of public lectures, has told Lateline Australia's future relies on investing in its people and that means spending more, not less.
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    Immigration Department strengthens its human capital with cloud computing
    At a time when the public service is seriously feeling the pinch, the Department of Immigration is driving efficiencies with an ambitious plan to transition its key human resources networks onto the cloud.
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