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Toyota Motor Corporation Australia expands relationship with Hays Talent Solutions to include MSP 05 Jul 2021
The skills most in-demand in 2021 05 Jul 2021
Six of the most in-demand tech sectors and jobs 05 Jul 2021
Pandemic-induced IT recruitment trends 05 Jul 2021
Most wanted: 2020’s skill shortfalls revealed 05 Jul 2021
How to be a good mentee 05 Jul 2021
Female-dominated jobs more susceptible to automation – gender pay gap could widen as a result 05 Jul 2021
Experience, education or informal learning: here’s what Aussies say most helps career advancement 05 Jul 2021
200 cyber experts have their say: Technical expertise not enough when hiring cyber talent 02 Jul 2021
Find out why 81% of employers value teamwork as the most important soft skill.
Based on findings in the recruiter’s FY21/22 Hays Salary Guide, 15% of the close to 3,500 employers surveyed also intend to increase their use of temporary or contract staff.
Press Release: Benefits fail: Only 28% of employees are satisfied with their current benefits 11 Jun 2021
Just 28% of Australian employees are satisfied with their current benefits, according to recruiting experts Hays.
Based on findings in the recruiter’s FY21/22 Hays Salary Guide, regular flexible work practices, career progression opportunities and training are the top three non-financial benefits employees want when looking for a new job.
More employees will receive a pay rise this year than last, but it will be a far less significant increase than they hoped for.
According to the FY 2021-22 Hays Salary Guide, released today and based on a survey of close to 600 organisations in New Zealand, representing over 1.6 million employees, 75% of employers will increase salaries in their next review, up from 44% who did so in their last review.
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