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In addition to identifying employment trends through our daily interactions with companies and jobseekers, we conduct extensive research on hiring and workplace issues. Read about our latest research, including results from our ongoing surveys of Australian CFOs, CIOs, senior managers and office workers.

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No flexibility, no staff: Those who don’t adapt to hybrid working lose in today’s market

As candidates explore their renewed bargaining power, new research by Robert Half, shows two-thirds (66%) of Australian employers have had a candidate decline a job offer because their expectations on flexible working arrangements could not be met.

People don’t leave jobs, they leave managers: Australian managers rate themselves top of class

With management style and leadership skills integral to building strong workplace cultures, new research by Robert Half finds the majority (81%) of Australian leaders rate their management skills between 8-10, where 10 is excellent.

Market fears push salaries up by more than 11% across tech and finance

In announcing the newly released 2022 Salary Guide, new independent research by specialised recruiter Robert Half highlights that specialised professionals with in-demand skills can achieve above-market wage growth in a market where nearly nine in 10 (86%) employers are concerned about valued…

Attract, retain, reskill: Employers rethink talent management strategy to meet surging demand for digital skills

New independent research by specialised recruiter Robert Half, coinciding with the release of Robert Half’s 2022 Salary Guide, reveals that the majority (91%) employers find it challenging to find professionals with the right technical skills to move their department into the digital future.

Top errors costing job applicants the job in 2022

New independent research by specialised recruiter Robert Half finds that the three most damaging mistakes a job applicant can make to their likelihood of securing a role are not researching a company or industry before the interview (33%) followed by arriving too late (29%) and wearing…