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Job ads at highest level since 2008 – the boom is officially back

“The market is going nuts” “I have never been so busy” “Do you know any recruiters; I can‘t find any” “I can’t believe how we have gone from famine to feast in what seems like weeks” “Are other agencies just as busy as we are? What happening out there?” These are the most common things…
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A 2011 prediction of a key employee in 2020 – how right was Kevin Wheeler?

Kevin Wheeler resides in the highest echelon of recruitment and talent experts. I watch and learn from Kevin every year when he closes the annual Australasian Talent Conference (ATC) with his Fearless Forecast. Kevin not only knows what issues, topics, and trends to pay attention to in the world of talent and recruitment he knows…
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Increase your candidate supply by 30% with this tiny nudge

One of the influential books in the field of behavioural economics is Nudge: Improving Decisions about Health, Wealth, and Happiness written by University of Chicago economist Richard Thaler and Harvard Law School Professor Cass Sunstein, first published in 2008. Thaler and Sunstein’s premise was that humans make predictable mistakes because of their use of heuristics (decision-making shortcuts), fallacies, and the…
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Twelve more outstanding women in our industry you should know about

Continuing my theme from last week’s blog, celebrating International Women’s Day, here are the second twelve outstanding women in the recruitment industry, in alphabetical order by first name. Angela Anasis Angela joined my division at Recruitment Solutions in 1998 as a graduate and immediately impressed me with her positive, team-oriented attitude. Rarely without a smile…
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Twelve outstanding women in our industry you should know about

Tuesday 9 March was International Women’s Day. A handful of women provided me with almost everything I learned about agency recruitment for the first six years of my career. I owe my start in this great industry to the four women who interviewed me for my first job at Accountancy Personnel, Victoria (London) office. My…
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Talent is 2020’s best ‘COVID-performing’ global recruiter

The Adecco Group released its December 2020 quarterly results yesterday, making it the last of the group of fourteen global recruitment agencies that I have been tracking this year to release to do so. The good news is that the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic became progressively less damaging on the global recruitment sector,…
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Media concentration by Murdoch, Nine and Stokes, and ABC cuts, a danger to democracy – report @LizMinter_ via @MichaelWestBiz

The government is using cash to lure Australians into farm work in a bid to quell worker shortages, but job seekers say they’re applying in droves and being knocked back. @TheNewDailyAu

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Job ads at highest level since 2008 – the boom is officially back my latest blog

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