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  • Fancy a holiday? In case you needed another reason to take one, a recent report found that it takes just 56 days for employee motivation to begin to drop after returning from vacation. The obvious implication of this research is that more regular holidays are beneficial for boosting productivity.

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  • The growth in technologies such as self-service HR software and biometric technology is helping to fuel demand for skilled IT professionals, according to new findings.

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  • Work related stress is an increasingly important workforce management issue, costing Australian companies millions in lost time and disruption, not to mention harm to employee welfare. Take a look at some statistics from around the world in this great infographic from Human Resources MBA. The infographic touches on what these statistics can mean for your business.

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  • New research indicates that happy workers are 22 per cent more likely to be productive. That makes sense too, as a worker who is feeling fulfilled and happy in their job is more likely to produce more and better quality work than someone who is hating their job, and just watching the clock waiting for finishing time to roll around.

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  • A new survey from pac executive Human Capital has revealed some rather interesting findings about the kinds of habits and activities that workers engage in that disrupt and hamper productivity.

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