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Rookie Recruiter
Training Program

Agency recruiters in their first
year of recruitment

Next program commences
7 June 2022

Recruiter Program

Agency recruiters with a minimum of two years
recruitment experience

Next program commences
10 August 2022

Leadership Coaching for High Performance Program

Owners of small agencies, and team leaders of medium to large recruitment agencies

Next program commences
29 June 2022

Coaching Program

Tailored programs designed for
owners and leaders

Owners' Coaching
Group Program

A year-long  collaborative group program designed to create a solid foundation for your agency’s growth.

Parliament, finally, comes close to representing 21st Century Australia

The Federal Election on the weekend was notable not just for the change in government but for the entry into parliament of a number of new members of the lower house that represent a welcome widening of the Parliament’s range of backgrounds and competencies. In 2017, analysis by Fairfax Media on the makeup of the…
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The biggest changes in agency recruitment of the past three decades

This recruiter made some astute observations about my presentation and then asked me what I thought were the biggest changes in agency recruitment over my career. My on-the-sport answer was incomplete. Having reflected on the question since here is my considered answer: Technology: Index cards as my database, print ads in Saturday’s classified Positions Vacant…
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Airbnb match Atlassian in remote work as (most) tech giants return to the office

In August 2020 Australian tech company Atlassian took a decisive step in differentiating themselves as an employer of choice by introducing TEAM Anywhere, a distributed work policy giving their employees more control over where they live and work. A month ago, Atlassian released data showing the impact of TEAM Anywhere. From February 2021 to February…
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Re-hiring a former employee can be tempting but does it pay off?

Some years ago one of my clients had a consultant who was perpetually average. He recruited in a niche part of their business where he was working with one colleague or he was running things solo. He caused no trouble and he was generally liked by his colleagues yet he struggled to hit his target…
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Green lights ahead for health care jobs

Each year the National Skills Commission (NSC) produces employment projections to provide a guide to the likely future direction of the jobs market over the next five years. Each year these projections are updated to reflect emerging trends and developments. The latest data released covers the five years to November 2026 and reflects the continuing…
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2022 Agency Careers Site Review: Wavelength surf to the beach

In 2011 I reviewed the careers page of 14 prominent recruitment agencies. My reasoning was: Given most job seekers who want to find out about working for a company will head straight to that company’s website, I thought I would make some observations about the attraction efforts of a sample of Australia’s largest recruitment agencies…
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Even before the Pandemic, the Coalition had racked up more debt than every Australian government since Federation, combined. Thanks to reckless pandemic spending we are headed towards a trillion dollars in debt @MichaelWestBiz

The proportion of new international nurse registrants in the UK has increased substantially in the last four years and reached a two-decade high in 2021/22 via @HealthFdn

WA's child protection minister says a worker shortage is hampering efforts to fill more than 100 front line vacancies across the state, including child protection staff. via @abcnews

This week California’s state senate voted to pass pay transparency measures; moving forward a bill that would require many businesses to post salary ranges in job ads, as well as publicly report data about how groups of employees are paid. @SIADailyNews

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