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Middle East – Bankers miffed at low bonus payment looking to move

1 May 2014

Despite reporting a year-on-year increase, the financial sector in the Middle East is facing a bout of job-hopping not seen since the boom years of 2006/2007, as bankers look for new jobs following disappointment over bonus payments, reports eFinancialCareers. Nearly 60% of respondents to th...


Argentina – ILO Convention 181 needs ratification before informal employment can be addressed

30 April 2014

On 30 April, the Argentinian Senate will debate a bill on registered employment promotion and employment fraud prevention. The bill has been promoted by Executive power and has already obtained a majority decision in the country’s High Chamber, reports staffingamericalatina.com.Carlos Tomada, Min...


Australia – CTPartners acquires Park Brown International

30 April 2014

Global executive search firm CTPartners (CTP: NYSE) announced yesterday that it has entered into a letter of intent to acquire the Australian office of executive search firm Park Brown International. Park Brown specialises in executive recruitment in energy, natural resources, and infrastructure....


Australia – Security is top priority for jobseekers

30 April 2014

Many Australian professionals are likely to look for a new job this year, with long-term job security the primary factor encouraging them to make the move, according to the 2014 Michael Page Australia Employee Intentions Report.The report revealed that 78% of professionals surveyed are ‘very like...


China – Tax breaks extended to help job creation

30 April 2014

China’s Finance Ministry said yesterday that it would extend tax breaks for job creation, as the government seeks to boost the labour market, while the banking regulator warned slowing economic growth raised the risk of bad loans, reports gulf-times.com.Beijing has repeatedly stressed that employ...


Argentina – Precarious employment remains a problem

29 April 2014

Precarious jobs remain a problem, especially for young people, with one in three Argentinian workers employed in the country’s ‘informal’ economy, reports The Buenos Aires Herald.During the governments of the late Néstor Kirchner and his successor (and wife), President Cristina Fernández de Kirch...


New Zealand – Indian national refused entry for being overqualified in IT

29 April 2014

An Indian national with a Master’s degree in IT was refused the opportunity to apply for residence as a skilled migrant, despite holding a qualification that surpassed the job’s requirements, reports nzherald.co.nz.Kiran Kalamraju lodged an expression of interest for permanent residence in New Ze...


Australia – House price increases will see jobs growth

29 April 2014

With Australian house prices jumping by +10% last year, many businesses in the property sector have indicated that we will see jobs growth over the remainder of the year, according to recruitment firm Hays Property.According to the Hays Quarterly Hotspots list of skills in demand, permanent jobs...


India – Vast majority of jobs will come from the big cities

29 April 2014

Between 400,000 and 500,000 new jobs are expected to be created in the next two years in India’s major cities, according to global property consultant CBRE, reports The Economic Times of India.Bangalore and the national capital region are expected to contribute more than half of the new jobs by t...


Australia – CoreStaff acquires executive search firm Beilby

28 April 2014

Darwin-based recruitment firm CoreStaff has acquired a 75% stake in Perth-based professional and executive recruitment firm Beilby for an undisclosed sum, reports The West Australian. CoreStaff said that the acquisition would allow it to provide hiring and recruitment services from the shop floor...