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The search for skilled labour has changed the expectations of employees as well as employers

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“Perfect storm” brewing over salaries

According to the recruitment company Hays, salaries in the mining and resources sectors are set to come under pressure from a rare set of conditions. Hays calls it a “perfect storm”.

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The SafeSpine programme implements warm-up exercises to prevent work related injuries.

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SafeSpine programme tackles soft tissue injuries

Corporate health provider Onsite Health Solutions (OHS) will release the results of its SafeSpine programme at the Queensland Safety show from tomorrow (21 June).  Over 30,000 Australian workers have participated in the programme to date. Read more »
The Manpower Outlook survey indicated continuous employment opportunities in the ming sector.

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Mining and Construction still hiring

The consistent hiring streak of the mining and construction sector in Australia is set to continue into the next quarter, according to the Manpower Outlook Survey released during the week. Read more »
Mark Arbib - Minister for Indigenous Employment and Economic Development

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Indigenous Australians gain mining and construction certificates

Receiving either a Certificate I or II in mining or civil construction and blue cards, 29 Indigenous Australians recently graduated from a pre-employment training course in Camooweal, near Mount Isa.
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The partnership gives the apprentice the opportunity to train on specific equipment while still at TAFE.

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Komatsu and TAFE to train apprentices

Komatsu Australia has developed a strategic alliance with the TAFEs in Queensland, New South Wales and Western Australia as part of its programme to increase the number of apprentices. The new partnership promises to deliver an improved apprentice development system. It will not only give the apprentices the key trade skills they need, but will also help them develop basic business, life and personal responsibility skills.

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