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Adversity opens overseas doorsMar 03 2012

The reality of the economic crisis can be sobering, writes Michael Bromley of EA International, but once redundancy processes are complete,

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Mar 03 2012Diamonds make their mark in the rough

On first impressions the current employment market may not seem the easiest environment in which to ...

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Mar 03 2012Employee's health can be affected by crisis

Redundancy fears and business stress have increased the prospect of mental illness and depression in...

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Mar 03 2012Public role for in-house lawyers

The global financial crisis is generating an extreme level of uncertainty among Australian employers...

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Mar 03 2012Q: As a young lawyer how can I improve my working relationship with my gen x managers?

A: Generation X has long sought to understand young staff in order to get the best out of new recrui...

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Negotiating pay in the current climateMar 03 2012

While the current financial crisis may present some roadblocks when it comes to bargaining for a pay increase, planning your approach may be...

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Rebuilding after redundanciesMar 03 2012

Redundancies are commonplace in many organisa tions in times of economic hardship. While this is a fact of life for the survival of some org...

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Slow market keeps local lawyers at homeMar 03 2012

Australian lawyers looking to expand their experience overseas are finding that opportunities in international legal markets are disappearin...

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Keeping a finger on the pulseMar 03 2012

These statistics paint a stark picture. A study in late 2006 found that Australian employees used an average 6.25 days of sick leave each ye...

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Employers in the firing line over unfair dismissalsMar 03 2012

Senior executives will no longer take employment dismissals lying down. As Zoe Lyon discovers, employers are on notice as courts find new av...

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