Major Challenges That Face Human Resources Practitioners In The Australian Economy During 2007 And Analysis Of How Such Practitioners Can Contribute To Achieving A High Performance Workplace Culture.

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(Kramar, 2002) These challenges have been faced by the Human Resource Practitioners not only during 2007 but for almost last decade. In the coming pages the paper will attempt to discuss these challenges in detail and will try to throw light on important issues. Ageing workforce has been an ongoing problem for Human Resource Practitioners in Australia...
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It has been predicted that more than 80 percent of the projected growth in the labour force between 1998 and 2016 will be in the 45 years and over age group. (De Cieri and Kramar, 2005) The Australian workforce is ageing due to increased life expectance and lower level of fertility. Human Resource Practitioners as well as the employers would face the issues such as retirement planning, retaining of older workers to avoid skill obsolescence, control rising costs of benefits and sick leave...
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