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Australia – Falsified CV leads to fraud investigation

26 June 2014

People often embellish or exaggerate their past experience when applying for jobs. This is common practice and undoubtedly something that recruiters take into consideration when they read the multitude of CVs that cross their desks.However, when the exaggeration becomes an outright lie, the risk...


India – Local recruiter partners with German staffing company

26 June 2014

TMI Network, a Hyderabad-based recruitment and HR services company, announced that it has entered in to partnership agreement with Berlin-based recruitment firm Heads In Motion GmbH (HIM), to offer joint services in the talent acquisition segment in India, reports The Hindu Business Line.The two...


Australia – Rise in job vacancies unlikely to last

26 June 2014

A rise in the number of job vacancies has suggested that the prospects for jobseekers aren't deteriorating after all. The increase appears to contradict other data showing slower employment growth and falling numbers of job adverts, reports The Australian.The new seasonally adjusted figures from...


World – AESC accepts eight new executive search firms into membership

26 June 2014

The Association of Executive Search Consultants (AESC) announced the addition of eight retained executive search firms into AESC’s global membership. Their approval follows extensive reference checks, site visits, and votes by the AESC regional councils.  The AESC welcomes: Clarey/Napie...


India – Trademark ruling made in favour of Info Edge

25 June 2014

The Delhi High Court has ruled in favour of job board Info Edge (India) Ltd and banned New Delhi-based job board CV Naukri from using the terms “Naukri” and “Naukri.com”, reports business-standard.com.The judge ruled that Info Edge had made a case that it will suffer irreparable loss and injury i...


Australia – Government review of workplace laws stalled, for now

25 June 2014

The Australian government’s decision to halt its review of workplace laws has been viewed by the Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) as an acknowledgement that those adversely affected by recent budget cuts will also be those adversely affected by the workplace review.According the Sydney M...


Cambodia – Recruitment firms enlisted to help workers return to Thailand

25 June 2014

The Cambodian Ministry of Labour has granted 40 recruitment agencies the authority to send migrant workers to Thailand and provide all necessary permits and documents for a flat fee of USD 49, reports cambodiadaily.com.More than 240,000 Cambodian migrant workers, mostly undocumented, fled Thailan...


Hong Kong – Surge in demand for IT professionals

25 June 2014

The IT market is on the rise in Hong Kong and candidates with application development, virtualisation experience, security, and compliance expertise are in high demand, according to Mr Bernard Yeo, Country manager of recruitment firm en world Hong Kong.Mr Yeo said: “As employers shift into hiring...


Australia – G20 growth targets must commit to plug 62 million global jobs gap

24 June 2014

An action plan for comprehensive growth and quality jobs, which is backed up by job creation targets in national employment plans, must be a priority for the G20, said Australia’s Labour 20 (L20) Summit, reports the Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU).Held prior to the G20 high-level meetin...


India – Proposal to ease rules to terminate factory and contract workers

24 June 2014

The Indian Commerce Ministry’s Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) has proposed that rules, pertaining to the termination of workers under the Industrial Disputes Act and Contract Labour Act, be eased, reports domain-b.com. The proposal to ease the rules to terminate factory...