Posted on December 16, 2020 by Anita Ziemer
Not too small, not too big, just right.
It’s 3.00pm on a Friday and you’re asked, “What’s the policy on Social Media?” You realise you haven’t seen updated policies for over 12 months and you’re not sure your organisation has a Social Media Policy. Help!
No matter how big or … Read More
Posted on December 9, 2020 by HR Advice Online
Whilst it is generally accepted that many businesses made a rapid almost overnight transition to work from home at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, eight months on, are your employees safe?
With many employees moving to work from home arrangements initially working from makeshift work areas such as kitchen … Read More
Posted on November 12, 2020 by Anita Ziemer
The story goes that a couple of well-meaning inner urbanites had a front door plaque that read “We are proud to acknowledge Aboriginal people as traditional owners of these lands and waters”. And when a couple of said Aboriginal people came knocking on the door to be welcomed home, the … Read More
Posted on October 28, 2020 by Anita Ziemer
It’s no longer candidates who are nervous at interview; it’s now hiring managers who are anxious about identifying the character traits they’ll need to survive and thrive beyond the impact of COVID-19. This is as true for Boards and CEOs as it is for recruiters and line managers.
In this … Read More
Posted on October 20, 2020 by Geoff Slade
Renata Bernarde interviews Geoff Slade for The Job Hunting Podcast
Renata Bernarde, career planning expert and creator of the online coaching program, Job Hunting Made Simple, talks to Geoff Slade about how the global pandemic is affecting the careers of corporate professionals. Geoff shares what he has seen and … Read More
Posted on September 30, 2020 by Anita Ziemer
In this episode of The Job Hunting Podcast, host Renata Bernarde interviews Anita Ziemer. Anita talks about recruitment and selection trends in 2020, the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic, the economic downturn and how it’s affecting the job market. She speaks candidly about her profession and how candidates can … Read More
Posted on August 26, 2020 by Diversity Council Australia
The theme for this year’s Wear It Purple Day, to be held on 28th August is: ‘We are the Change’. Beginning in 2010 as a youth response to global stories of bullying, harassment and suicides of rainbow young people, Wear It Purple Day has since transformed into an international … Read More
Posted on July 30, 2020 by Hayley Zeinstra
In the current market where unemployment is at 7.4% and underemployment is at 11.7%, as a recruiter I am constantly speaking with candidates who are looking for new roles.
At the same time, I’m speaking to our existing clients regarding their needs and building new relationships with employers who are … Read More
Posted on June 26, 2020 by Samantha Cotgrave
If we don’t see ourselves as Professional Services Consultants, then why should our clients?
I finished my tertiary study as an Economics Graduate with many options for a career, yet can’t imagine any other role could have given me the sense of purpose and satisfaction that my 20-year career as … Read More
Posted on May 6, 2020 by Jason Molyneux
Standing at a sheer 1986 metres tall and casting a shadow over the Alpine National Park, Mt Bogong (the local Aboriginal name for the mountain roughly translates to The Big Fella) holds the rugged crown of the highest mountain in Victoria, Australia. Mt Bogong proved its status as a … Read More