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Cracking 10,000 steps per day can be a real struggle! However, when you look at the benefits it’s hard not to get up from your desk and take a stroll around the block, or walk a few extra flights of stairs in the morning! Here’s how to start!
Melatonin is a hormone that our body naturally produces. It helps us fall asleep quickly and wake up less frequently so we can have a restful night sleep. A simple yet effective way to increase melatonin production, to help you sleep, is to dim your lights at least one hour before bedtime.
We are well and truly into winter – almost halfway through in fact! This also means the season of coughs and colds (pandemic notwithstanding). So how do you boost your immunity to avoid the bugs, or what’s the best way to get rid of them if you have already succumbed?
A quick survey of my team revealed that job boards are not the most common way they’ve found work. Yet job boards are still where many job seekers focus their time and energy. There is still a place for job boards, but I want to show you there are many other effective ways to land great roles, fast!
So, if you are on the market looking for your next opportunity, I’ll show you smarter ways to find your next job. From leveraging technology to building human connection and networking, there’s 10 alternative ways you can find your next job.
Is there truly an alternative that offers the same great taste and benefits as our morning lattes? Whether you are looking to spice up your coffee routine or replace it with a healthier option, we’ve got five great alternatives to coffee for you.
We’ve all heard this one before: “people leave managers, not companies”. In my experience it’s an accurate statement. Great leaders are vital to your organisation. They are one of your most valuable employee benefits, and an excellent retention and attraction strategy. We want leaders who can hold onto our staff, especially as the employment market…
Most medium and large-sized organisations use an Applicant Tracking System (ATS) to help them filter and manage the hundreds of job applications they receive. The reality is, for each job you apply to, there many other applicants you are competing with. Unfortunately, this can mean your resume is only ever reviewed by a system before being deemed unsuitable. The good news is you can learn how to write an ‘ATS friendly’ resume. Ensure your relevant experience is clear. This sounds pretty simple but it’s one of the most common mistakes made. Using keywords from the job ad in your resume also helps you get on the same page as the ATS and the person who will ultimately read your resume.
2020 was going to be my year of mental health focus, skill building, and investing time into side hobbies. While the pandemic didn’t stop me completely, it still puts a big spanner in the plans that I had. The most recent snap lockdown in Melbourne admittedly hit me harder than the previous three before. Here’s 5 things it taught me: