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    • Everyone should have the opportunity to have a meaningful career, with the chance to thrive within an organisation as they build their skills and capability for the future. It also makes financial sense for organisations to nurture their current talent, rather than have to find......

    • HR talent management in data-driven world At the start of 2020, organisations were either thinking about, embarking upon, or in the midst of, their business transformation. Sometime soon after March 2020, regardless what stage of their journey they were on, they had to pivot and......

    • Reejig, a leading workforce intelligence platform, today announced their successful completion of the world’s first and only independent assessment and validation of Ethical AI in partnership with the University of Technology Sydney (UTS)....

    • As COVID-19 affected organisations worldwide, we had to come together as a business to try and understand the impact to our business, and our people. KPMG heads of talent from across multiple departments came together to identify not only which roles were at risk, but which roles we would see emerge in response to COVID-19....

    • Given the nature of the KPMG business, individual roles often require a combination of niche technical skills and a mix of highly attuned soft skills. It’s actually quite hard for us to source quality candidates who have both sets of skills, and they’re often in high demand....

    • As seen in The Australian newspaper this morning, Reejig recently raised $2.2M to transform Human Resources (HR). In today’s slowing economy and fast-paced digital age, there’s never been a more critical time to focus on jobs and your talent, and what that means for your......

    • With a passion for data science and solving complex problems, Dr Shujia Zhang reflects on her career in STEM and what she believes will be critical for the next generation of scientists and engineers. Dr Zhang is the Chief Data Scientist and Co-founder of Reejig,......

    • The answer is yes, companies can use technology and big data to improve gender balance in the workplace. As we approach the end of another calendar year, most global companies are evaluating how they have performed against their strategic objectives. For many, advancing gender balance......