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improvement through human capital.

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thought leadership.

Strategy.
Solutions.
Services.

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evaluating,
delivering results.

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Delivering sustained business
improvement through human capital.

Market insights,
thought leadership.

Strategy.
Solutions.
Services.

Listening,
evaluating,
delivering results.

Your trusted partner,
your biggest supporter.

White Papers

Gender Diversity; Inspiring Change

Achieving greater gender diversity and equality has long been the mantra of many Fortune 500 companies. Initially the discussion centred on fairness and equity, but has more recently shifted to a focus on – and realisation of – superior business performance.

Our latest InDepth white paper explores the current cultural and Australian landscape for gender diversity, together with inhibitors to progress and strategies for success.

November 2014

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Talent Pipelining; You are not as attractive as you think you are.

This paper explores important elements to successful talent pipelining – identifying the critical roles, understanding your EVP and brand, getting the message right, defining recruitment team roles, and implementing complementary technology.

October 2014

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Blended Workforce Optimisation

The workforce is changing, and the way people operate is changing too. Today’s employers must transform how they approach talent acquisition if they are to compete successfully in an increasingly complex and globalised economy. This whitepaper explores the factors fuelling the changing workforce, considers the associated challenges that employers face and examines the steps businesses can take to adapt and manage the evolving talent population effectively in order to stay compliant and competitive.

November 2013

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LNG Recruitment Time for a Rethink

Australia has established itself as the world’s fourth-largest liquefied natural gas (LNG) exporter, and the third largest in Asia Pacific. With seven mega-projects currently under construction, competition for skilled labour is at its peak. The industry is operating against a context of continued uncertainty and fears of a decline in the global economy. This is further compounded by Australia’s high cost of living and rising labour costs. This paper explores these challenges and outlines some strategies that LNG operators might consider to gain a competitive edge in the battle for talent.

August 2012

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