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Training Program

Agency recruiters in their first
year of recruitment

Next program commences
13 February 2018

Recruiter Program

Agency recruiters with a minimum of two years
recruitment experience

Next program commences
11 April 2018

Leadership Coaching for High Performance Program

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

Next program commences
19 March 2018

Coaching Program

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owners and leaders

Owners' Coaching
Group Program

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

Meaningful work: The importance of reflection

Recruitment is not hard physical work but it is hard emotional work. The memories of my first few months at Accountancy Personnel (now Hays) in London, as I learned the job and attempted to make enough placements in order to keep my job, are seared into my memory, never to be erased. It would be…
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Recruiters only fill 15% of Australia’s jobs – there’s another 85% available!

A couple of years ago the Federal Government commissioned professional services firm, KPMG to examine and report on the differences in practices between the Australian commercial recruitment sector and the government-funded recruitment sector (jobactive) to see what can be learned. The report, The Australian Recruitment Industry: A comparison of service delivery, was provided to the…
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Government excludes most of the industry with its bone-headed 457 visa changes

After initially looking like recruitment consultants would be removed from the Short-term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL) it was announced, two weeks ago, that Recruitment Consultants will remain on STSOL but with a significantly increased income threshold of $90,000 and only available to agencies with a minimum $1 million p.a. turnover and at least 5 employees.…
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Seek change course with Onploy as UK recruitment start-ups boom

Last week two pieces of news caught my attention that suggested that the recruitment industry is ending 2017 in pretty good shape. Firstly, SEEK announced that it was withdrawing Onploy from the retail industry candidate market to focus on the IT candidate market. Industry news service, ShortList, reported “(Onploy) Co-founder Jack Hoi told Shortlist that its software engineering…
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Robert van Stokrom: The (recently ex) RCSA President reflects

Two weeks ago Robert van Stokrom stepped down having completed four years as President of the RCSA (Australia & NZ) and a further six years as a board member. I managed to gain a short window of Robert’s time to put a few questions to him about this time as RCSA President and a few…
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The man, as a leader of women, the recruitment industry can be proud of

This week we have seen the full local impact of last month’s Harvey Weinstein expose. The combined Fairfax Media/ABC investigative resources were marshalled in service of Tracey Spicer’s tweet of 18 October: As you can see, the tweet generated an immediate and overwhelming response that quickly elevated Don Burke’s name to the top of her list…
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wow australia is amazing…a white man who went to st ignatius could become deputy prime minister. inspiring

Friday night in. Home made fish ‘n chips. Red wine and this magnificent vinyl. I know the lyrics of every one of these 11 pop classics from the 1970s.

I am Tony Hall's guest speaker at next week's Captain's Table March event in Sydney. It's being held in the JobAdder function room 12 noon - 2pm at 28 O'Connell St in the CBD -  26 places booked, 4 left. Details book …

Australian managed recruitment services firm CML announces 31% increase in half year revenue share price has doubled in past 12 months, via @SIADailyNews

Making a great recruitment video is not the end. In fact, it’s just the beginning @joelcheesman dissects @SodaStreamUSA 's latest recruitment video, on @ERE_net

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