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Training Program

Agency recruiters in their first
year of recruitment

Next program commences
11 October 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
19 October 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.

The competitive labour market is working for Erling Haaland but not so much for SME employers

On Sunday the reigning English Premier League champions, Manchester City opened their title defence with a victory over West Ham United. City’s two goals were both scored by Norwegian striker Erling Haaland (pictured, above), in his debut game for the club. Haaland’s transfer from German club, Borussia Dortmund (who play in the German equivalent of…
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CFOs provide stark reality check on the importance of workers (over tech, robots, AI and a recession)

It’s amazing (or maybe not) how quickly C-suite sentiment about the importance of their workers turns when market conditions change. Big 4 accounting and consulting firm, Deloitte, recently released their H1 2022 CFO Sentiment survey results. Comprehensively, with daylight second, the most nominated response to the category ‘Risks of most concern to CFOs over the…
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Recruitment incompetence is sending businesses broke (and embarrassing governments)

Last Saturday night my wife and I went out to a party; leaving our 15-year-old son to decide which of the normal array of takeaway options he would order in. Against my wife’s better judgment he ordered McDonald’s, to be delivered by Menu Log. Fast forward two hours, despite multiple follow-ups, and an app message…
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Demographics guarantee a vacancy boom for years to come

The release of the May 2022 vacancy data (above) provides gloomy reading for the nation’s employers but great news for the eight thousand recruitment agencies around the country. The demographics point to the almost guaranteed certainty that the soaring vacancy rate won’t be dropping back to anything like historical norms any time soon. Vacancies climbed…
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Why is there such a large feedback void in recruitment?

It appears I am in a world of overwhelming feedback. I am asked for Google reviews and Trip Advisor reviews. Netflix wants me to rate the shows I watch, Comminsure wants me to rate their service and every time I have an interaction with a CBA employee I receive a request to complete a survey…
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SEEK bets big on Sidekicker but whatever happened to OneShift and Gen George?

Earlier this week Sidekicker announced that it has raised $AUD 20 million from shareholder Seek Investments. In 2016 SEEK acquired a minority stake in Sidekicker for an undisclosed amount in excess of $1 million. Additional funding to the tune of $10 million was provided in 2019 According to an Australian Financial Review article posted earlier…
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The competitive labour market is working for Erling Haaland but not so much for SME employers my latest blog on the fierce competition for talent for which many employers are totally unprepared for

The majority, or 80%, of employers in the UK would consider hiring staff based on their aptitude with the intention of upskilling them amid skills shortages, according to a survey from @HaysNews @SIADailyNews

The competitive labour market is working for Erling Haaland but not so much for SME employers my latest blog on the fierce competition for talent for which many employers are totally unprepared for

While older technology may still run fine on your systems that doesn’t mean that it’s okay to use. One of the biggest dangers of using outdated technology is that it can lead to a data breach.

Persol, the Japanese staffing giant, reported revenue today for the first quarter ended 30 June 2022 of JPY 284.1 billion (USD 2.10 billion), an increase of 13.4% when compared to the previous year. Operating profit rose 27% via @SIADailyNews

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