Knowing how to best to engage with the new wave of pyschometric assessments can ensure you hire the best people, not just those who answer the questions the way you want.
Ahead of the WA State Election, we weigh up the benefits and disadvantages of a digital online voting system.
The destruction of the iconic Corkman Irish pub was completed without the right approvals in place and without sufficient penalties, similar acts are likely to occur again.
ASX announcement - 24/10/16
ASX announcement - 17/10/16
The growth of online solutions has led to an ever-increasing number of multi-character passwords. The result is often decreasing productivity and increasing threats to security. However, technological developments may provide a viable alternative.
A Sydney man is being charged with fraud after it has emerged that he sold 400 white cards to construction workers. In the high-risk construction industry, it is concerning that health and safety accreditation cards were in the hands of unqualified construction workers.
Forming an increasing component of our workforce, contingent and flexible workers present employers with both challenges and opportunities.
Buying a reference to cover lies in your resume is now a "thing" and it presents organisations with a major challenge.
ASX announcement - 21/9/16
An overview of some of the high profile cases of resume fraud and the negative impact revelations can have upon the organisation involved.
ASX announcement - 15/9/16
Hamish and Andy crown Australia’s best bloke and at the same time show how easy it is to cheat the recruitment process
Nearly 90 per cent of the jobs created in Australia over the last 12 months were part-time or casual. Experts predict that this trend is only going to accelerate, but are promises of 'freedom' and 'flexibility' an illusion?
This report assesses the economic effects of ridesharing in Australia - what it means for drivers on the Uber platform, regulators, traditional businesses, and most importantly, consumers.
ASX announcement - 12/09/16
Start-up entrepreneurs and tech industry leaders are calling on the federal government to invest in developing an electronic voting system, but the cyber security sector has cautioned that it's easier said than done.
You wouldn't let an unqualified surgeon operate on you, so why should we let companies get away with hiring staff who aren't qualified to do their job or, worse still, fabricate their job history? Recently reports suggested that Telstra CTO Vish Nandlall had left the telco after allegedly falsifying his CV.
Velpic ASX announcement - 10/5/16
ASX announcement - 4/5/16
For some people, working as an independent contractor for a ride sharing service may be preferable to driving a taxi. However, as with any job, there are drawbacks to consider.