12 year old me would never have dreamed that adult me would have a career in recruitment. As a child, I wanted to be the first female prime minister. That was always the [pipe] dream, until I realised I would have to live in Canberra. Speaking with peers in the recruitment industry, very few us...
Returning to work after maternity leave can be hell for many mums, but it’s become a necessity for most families; the only way to cover the increasingly high cost of living. So, what can we do to make this process as painless as possible? As mother of a 2-year-old, this has been a challenge I’ve...
Recruitment is a tricky game. It’s a balance of highs and lows, successes and disappointment, brilliant plans that crumble, and situations working out better than you could have expected. Tricky. But among it all, recruitment is interesting and exciting! You meet people and hear their stories; they make you want to laugh, a few make...
We all fall victim to the thought of not having enough hours in the week to complete just the bare minimum in life.
If this massive change in business operation occurred over the span of 20 years, it begs the question: Where will our industry be in another 20 years?
‘Culture Fit’ is the number 1 hire rule.
The following characteristics are vital in making a truly great and invaluable Executive Assistant:
Whether a situation is personal or professional, there are key tactics we should be conscious of in order to achieve the most favourable outcome possible.
In today’s highly competitive job market it is crucial to give yourself the edge over your competition and it comes down to confidence & self-belief.
Active listening is a skill that you have to learn and most of us didn’t realise it until we were taught and appreciated the differences.