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Attracting and retaining skilled and professional staff in remote locations

  • Year: 2007
  • Author: McKenzie, F. H.
  • Journal Name: DKCRC Report 21
  • Publisher: Desert Knowledge Cooperative Research Centre
  • Published Location: Alice Springs, Northern Territory
  • ISBN: 1 74158 051 X
  • Country: Australia

Attracting and retaining skilled and professional staff is a problem not limited to remote, or even rural and regional locations in Australia. There is strong evidence to suggest that it is increasingly a global problem and organisations throughout the world are seeking innovative strategies to attract and develop new talent and develop other strategies to retain that talent.

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