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Things You Can Do to Build Resilience

To say 2020 has been a year of unexpected change would be an understatement. Collectively, we’ve experienced changes to our daily way of life, the way we interact with others, and how we work. For some, the isolation of working from home and living alone has been hardest. Others have lost their job and the…

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It’s Time to Rethink Your CV

How have you been writing your CV? As a summary of your skills and experience in reverse chronological order? It’s not technically an incorrect way of writing your CV, but it may not be working as hard for you as it should be. If you’re looking for a role that utilises your skills and experience, allows you…

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Reskilling Your Staff in the Current Market

I find that lately I’m spending a lot of my time contemplating what’s happening in the labour market. Whilst you could say it’s an occupational hazard, my interest is piqued more than usual. In part due to everything that’s going on in the world, and in part prompted by the results of Clicks’ latest IT…

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August 10, 2020

4 Tips to Recover Well After Exercise

If you’re still moving about and staying active under restrictions, you’ll also have to make sure you’re giving yourself time to recover after exercising. These four simple tips are also important for our friends down in Victoria for staying well during lockdown. Having a good understanding and approach to recovery will help to keep you…

August 7, 2020

Hiring Objectives for the Year Ahead Part III: Bold, Brave, and Inclusive

Over the last two weeks, I’ve shared a mix of general and specific hiring objectives. I hope you’ve enjoyed these insights and they’ve been useful in helping you hire the right candidates. For my final piece in this three-part series, I’d like to shine the spotlight on diversity and inclusion. Research has shown innovation, financial…

August 3, 2020

How to Better Manage the Juggle of Family and Work Life

For many of us balancing family and work life is an ongoing juggling act. That’s why for this weeks’ #WellnessMatters blog we spoke to Rebecca Johnson to get some tips and advice on how to better manage the juggle. Rebecca Johnson is a psychologist and entrepreneur, with over 15 years’ experience working across consulting, development,…

August 3, 2020

Video Interviewing – tips to help you deliver your best interview performance!

The way we communicate has changed over the last few months. As recruiters who love catching up in person, you can imagine the way we interact with our candidates during the current situation has taken a bit of getting used to! But we think video interviewing is here to stay. Which is why we’ve put together…

July 31, 2020

Hiring Objectives for the Year Ahead Part II: Giving the basics a boost

Hiring the right people is essential to a company’s success. We all know this. So, how can we set up our hiring objectives to get the right people? Last week I started to share my thoughts about hiring objectives. I hope they got you thinking about planning for success when it comes to your hiring…

July 29, 2020

What Functions in Your Business Would Be Better Managed by Neurodiverse Workers?

I’d consider my knowledge of neurodiverse workers, people with Autism Spectrum Disorder, and how best to recruit and support them in the workplace has gone from less than zero, to an overall solid 4 out of 10 in the last year. And I’ve learned a LOT. It is, of course, a space that is continually…



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