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HR Leader – Why are almost a million Australian’s working multiple jobs in 2023? Let us explain

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For the first time, almost a million Australians are working multiple jobs, with projections indicating a continuation of this trend into 2024.

Kris Grant, CEO of ASPL Group shares with the HR Leader, the influences for the uprise in working multiple jobs including market dynamics, the impact of rising living and housing costs, work landscape shifts and gender and age dynamics.

As we expect the trend to persist into 2024, human resources departments should anticipate and understand the implications of employees holding multiple jobs. While preventing employees from taking additional employment isn’t feasible, employers can and should inquire about any secondary employment to pre-emptively manage conflicts of interest and compliance with non-compete clauses.

Monitoring employee performance to safeguard against potential declines due to additional employment stresses is crucial. Nonetheless, the willingness of employees to tackle multiple jobs aids in alleviating the skills shortages prevalent in various industries, presenting both challenges and opportunities for HR professionals in the current labour market.

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