Minimum wage rise of 50c to $15.25 will cause zero job losses, says Govt Workplace Relations Minister Michael Woodhouse says the minimum wage will rise to $15.25 from April 1. The minimum wage is to rise by 50 cents to $15.25 an hour from 1 April 2016, affecting more than 150,000 workers. But the Government says
Jane Kennelly, director of Frog Recruitment, agrees that time and time again the recruitment industry has been criticised for poor behaviour when it comes to proactive communication.
Recruitment agencies may fail to reach the right candidate for the job. Businesses using recruitment agencies to hire staff may be missing out on exposure to almost half of prospective applicants. Fifty-one per cent of respondents to a recent survey said that due to negative experiences, they would rather apply for a position direct with