Thursday, July 26, 2007

Canada - Human Rights Protection For First Nations

The new Canadian government intends to move two amendments to Bill C-44 that calls for the repeal of section 67 of the Canadian Human Rights Act. This has prevented First Nations, mainly living on reserves, from full protection under an Act that has been in force for 30 years.

Human Rights Protection For First Nations

USA - Misclassifying Independent Contractors

Call for urgent clarification and guidance to assist employers through a multiplicity of confusing statutory and agency regulations when classifying workers as employees or independent contractors.

Misclassifying Independent Contractors

Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Australia - Professional Recruitment Services

TMS Asia-Pacific CEO Gary Marshall said Australia's travel industry staffing crisis showed no signs of resolving and professional recruitment services had an essential part to play in the war for talent.

Professional Recruitment Services

USA - Gender Stereotyping

A new survey has found that gender stereotyping continues to be a key barrier to the advancement of women in corporate leadership and leaves women leaders with limited and conflicting options.

Gender Stereotyping A Key Barrier

International Call Centre Study

A recent international study of nearly 2500 call centres has challenged many assumptions about management and employment practices in this sector.

Global - International Call Centre Study

Monday, July 16, 2007

UK - Online Recruitment

Online recruitment has the virtue of being available to candidates and employers, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 52 weeks a year. It is always on and easily adjustable to meet changing requirements. Now McDonalds uses Peopleclick's High Volume to automate its hiring processes.

Online Recruitment