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Posted June 04, 2018 09:20:33Aussie producers have been told not to take their jobs too seriously.

What you need to know about digital platformsRead moreABC managing director, James Brunt, said the ABC is “going to be very careful” in deciding which digital platforms to hire and retain and has “a very different set of values”.

“We want to maintain the same level of quality across all of our digital platforms,” he said.

In a move that will likely spark further anger, the ABC has told its staff to not expect to be promoted.”

What we want to do is to find the best and brightest talent in the world, and we’re going to do that.”

In a move that will likely spark further anger, the ABC has told its staff to not expect to be promoted.

It said in a memo to staff that it would “consider whether it is appropriate to promote your employment from an internal position to a position within the ABC”.

The memo was posted on the site by an employee of the ABC.”

The ABC will consider this offer carefully, and take all appropriate action in response.”

The memo was posted on the site by an employee of the ABC.

In it, the employee said:”The ABC is currently looking for a new Managing Director to join the ABC’s board of directors.”

The job description for this role will be in-depth in relation to managing the ABC across the digital platform, and includes an emphasis on a wide range of digital and digital-based skills.

“It also covers the organisation’s business development and engagement initiatives, as well as digital business strategy.”

The ABC has hired five new employees in the past fortnight.

It is understood that one of the new hires was a young producer who worked for the ABC news website, who was subsequently transferred to the ABC News digital team.

The memo said the new employee had previously worked at the ABC Television Centre.

The ABC declined to comment.