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Ross Clennett is a high performance recruitment coach providing
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Rookie Recruiter
Training Program

Agency recruiters in their first
year of recruitment

Next program commences
8 June 2021

Recruiter Program

Agency recruiters with a minimum of two years
recruitment experience

Next program commences
12 August 2021

Leadership Coaching for High Performance Program

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

Next program commences
11 June 2021

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.

Are you built for speed?

Last century I often heard the business strategist mantra of “Quality; speed; price: Pick two.” The general reasoning being that it was nigh on impossible for a business to be profitable delivering a high quality product, quickly and at a low price. In the new century internet entrepreneurs such as Jeff Bezos (Amazon) and Tony…
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Ten years after MONA blew up the museum p2p attempts same for the recruitment office

(Above, MONA’s Corten Stairwell and surrounding artworks.) Last Monday my 20 year-old daughter and I visited the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) in the city of my birth and upbringing. It’s almost impossible to overstate how transformative MONA has been for Hobart (and by association, Tasmania’s) image and economy. In the 1980s Hobart’s…
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My fundraising passion: breast cancer research (please help)

L-R, Sam, James (my son), Ned, Lola, me (Mornington, December 2019)   In 1998, Mavis Robertson, witnessed a breast cancer fun run overseas and was inspired to create something similar in Australia. Along with her co-founder Louise Davidson, she planted that seed among her network in the superannuation industry. At the time, Industry Superannuation firms…
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The boom is back (part 2): wages set to jump (along with counter offers)

Last week I posited that the boom was back. On Sunday one of the dads in my son’s soccer team, who owns a local café told me he had to shut for two days last week because he didn’t have enough staff to open. On Monday a study was released that documented the struggle that…
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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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In an attempt to lure newcomers, Santa Fiora in Tuscany and Rieti in Lazio will pay up to 50% of the rent of anyone who decides to move and telecommute on a long-term basis. via @CNNTravel via @HungLee 's #RecruitingBrainfood

Japanese staffing giant Persol reports full year revenue for 2020 slips 2% as EBITDA falls 22%

Victoria will consider new laws to protect people who drive ride-share vehicles and deliver food in the gig economy, despite the state having little power over industrial relation laws. @abcnews

IT employment on a year-over-year basis in the US has turned positive for the first time in 17 months. IT employment rose by 0.85% y-o-y in April, representing an increase of 45,200 jobs for a total of 5.3 million jobs @TechServe_Assoc @SIADailyNews

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