Why are so many teachers quitting or off with stress?
Private school teachers are generally happier than state school teachers, but not for the reasons you might think.
Selection panels interrupt women more than men and ask them more follow-up questions, subtly questioning their competence.
The vast majority of managers said they wanted "the best person for the job". They had less idea of just who that might be, or how to ensure appointments on merit and equity targets co-exist.
Recruitment processes can play an important role in social mobility.
Education is not the only way to tackle social mobility, employers also have a key role to play.
Research shows gender bias even invades in the content of recommendations.
Even back in the 90s, researchers were trying to alert hiring managers to the ineffectiveness of this as a tool, noting some major problems.
Good luck getting a job if you don’t share the same characteristics as the person hiring you.
There are many instances where underrepresented groups may be unwittingly discriminated against in recruitment due to affinity bias.
Remote schools often struggle to recruit and retain great teachers.
Redesigning staffing policies will attract and retain high-quality teachers in the schools that need them most.
We are experiencing a proportional decline of men in Australian primary schools.
We have scholarships specifically targeted at women to redress the gender imbalance in STEM subjects. So why can't we do the same for men in primary education?
Managing the supply of teachers is far more complex than simply capping intake numbers to teacher education programs.
Placing a recruitment cap on teacher education courses does not guarantee delivery of high quality graduates, and risks limiting diversity in the profession.
Iraqi security forces detain a boy after removing a suicide vest from him in Kirkuk, Iraq.
A young boy is strapped with explosives and sent to detonate himself and those around him at a school. An expert on terrorism explains how and why children become embroiled in militant conflicts.
Make the most of being a student.
Some big employers are changing their entry criteria – and grades are less and less important.
Current policies aren’t working – it’s time to open the door to other suggestions.
Current incentives used to recruit more teachers to work in rural and regional schools aren't working. But could the health sector offer up some possible solutions?
A number of IS videos feature the songs of Maher Mesh'al, who was killed over the summer in Syria.
Whether it's the Islamic State, the Ku Klux Klan – or, yes, even American political parties – groups use music in many of the same ways, for many of the same reasons.
A masked man gestures before the ISIL flag in a video released by Islamic State militants.
Militants are tapping into centuries-old literary tastes, appropriating them for their own nefarious ends.
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Recruiters at top firms have been found to favour posher candidates. But research shows Yorkshire accents are perceived as the most intelligent.
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Foreign-born nurses working in the UK do a vital job in the face of discrimination, but their recruitment helps entrench global healthcare inequality.
Beyond being told or incentivised to hire older workers, employers need to feel they are making the right decision.
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The government wants to see more older workers in the workforce, but first we need to overcome the ageist attitudes held my many employers.
What if whether you got a job was determined by which web browser you used?
Staff recruitment and retention are an ongoing challenge for employers. Proponents of big data in the workplace are now claiming they can change that. We’re entering a new age of predictive selection that…
Businesses run the risk of hiring clones when they seek people who ‘fit’.
The costs associated with recruiting the wrong person are always high, not only in financial terms but emotionally as well. So the prospect of administering a personality test that accurately indicates…
Screening applicants using social media platforms is commonplace when recruiting new staff. But this could be seen as a breach…
Using social media to screen job candidates is a common practice, but recruiters should be wary of the pitfalls.
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Social media has definitely changed the game for job-seekers and recruiters. Traditionally, HR recruiters placed an advertisement, sifted through the responses, and interviewed the shortlisted candidates…