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Doing It Tough During A Downturn 1 starstarstarstarstar   18th October 2009 - Views: 315 Doing It Tough During A Downturn 1 The Australian Human Resources Institute is conducting the conference to look at the big challenges of economic sustainability, workforce re-design and job creation in the wake of the economic crisis.

Unions Nsw Focuses On Skills As Ladder Out Of Poverty starstarstarstarstar   17th October 2009 - Views: 235 Unions Nsw Focuses On Skills As Ladder Out Of Poverty As the world marks UN Anti-Poverty Day, the union movement is calling for a renewed commitment to jobseekers.

Industry And Unions Support Apprentice Incentive starstarstarstarstar   16th October 2009 - Views: 244 The Chairs of the Australian Apprentices Taskforce today welcomed the announcement by Deputy Prime Minister Julia Gillard of a major $100 million lift in incentives for employers to take on young people as trades apprentices this summer and for increased pre-apprenticeship programs.

Kangaroo Island Hospitality Worker Backpaid $6000 starstarstarstarstar   16th October 2009 - Views: 273 Kangaroo Island Hospitality Worker Backpaid $6000 A Fair Work inspector investigated the casual employee’s entitlements after receiving a formal complaint alleging underpayment of wages.

New Aihw Reports: Medical And Nursing & Midwifery Labour Force 2007 starstarstarstarstar   16th October 2009 - Views: 276 New Aihw Reports: Medical And Nursing & Midwifery Labour Force 2007 The number of employed medical practitioners in Australia increased by almost 20% from 56,207 in 2003 to 67,208 in 2007, according to a report released today by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW).

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