The April 2015 print issue of My Business is now on newsstands around the country – or on its way to your letterbox if you're a subscriber.
This issue of My Business has a HR and Recruitment theme and covers everything from modern recruiting tools to social media stalking, office romances, and face profiling, to name but a few. Here’s a sneak peak at the Features you'll find in our new issue.
COVER STORY: Justin Grey chats to OneShift Founder & CEO Gen George about her vision for the global workforce to get a life.
SOCIAL MEDIA STALKING: Should you stalk would-be employees on social media before hiring them? By Sharon Zeev Poole.
THE BUSINESS OF TOUGH CONVERSATIONS: Darren Hill discusses how employers can best approach – and handle – tough conversations in the workplace.
MEET THE FACE PROFILER: Justin Grey sits down with real-life face profiler Alan Stevens to learn how face profiling can improve recruiting.
WORKING WITH JERKS: Sonia McDonald on how to deal with the jerk in your workplace.
NEW-AGE RECRUITING: Clare Loewenthal looks at how the internet is changing the recruiting landscape.
WORKING WITH INTERNS: Belinda Stinson explains why interns could be a good fit in your business.
HIRING ENTREPRENEURS: Why entrepreneurs hiring other entrepreneurs to work under them isn’t the best of moves. By Alexandra Tselios.
LOVE IS IN THE AIR: Justin Grey examines how employers can best deal with office romances.
BULLYING IN THE WORKPLACE: How employers can best manage bullying in the workplace. By Oscar Yildiz.
TECH TALK – HANDS ON WITH GOOGLE GLASS: Ritchie Djamhur offers his hands-on feedback on the much-vaunted Google Glass.
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Also in this issue of My Business you’ll find the latest exclusive columns from Federal Minister for Small Business, Bruce Billson, and Australian Small Business Commissioner, Mark Brennan.
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