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Rookie Recruiter
Training Program

Agency recruiters in their first
year of recruitment

Next program commences
12 February 2019

Recruiter Program

Agency recruiters with a minimum of two years
recruitment experience

Next program commences
7 March 2019

Leadership Coaching for High Performance Program

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

Next program commences
18 March 2019

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 future of leadership: effective collaboration

I was conducting a coaching session with an owner of an emerging recruitment agency and he asked me a simple and rather obvious question, yet it was one I had not been asked before in such a concise way. We were discussing the development of leaders in his business. At that stage of his company’s…
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Compliance ignorance in recruitment: do you know what you’re really risking?

In reflecting on my 30th anniversary in the recruitment industry I was thinking about what’s very different and what’s broadly the same now, compared to the late 1980s and early 1990s. One of the less obvious areas, but highly important, is risk and compliance. I worked at four different recruitment companies across my recruitment career…
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30 years ago: Landing my first job in recruitment and surviving my first two weeks

This week I celebrate my 30 year anniversary of joining the recruitment industry. Day one of my career in recruitment was Monday 6 February 1989 at Accountancy Personnel (now Hays) 5-8 Glenn House, Stag Place, Victoria, London SW1E 5AG. Having departed Australia for Hong Kong on 19 December 1988 with a good friend of mine,…
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Reflecting on 2018

It’s been quite a year. Politically, probably the less said the better. The ongoing chaos and scandal perpetuated by the respective governments of Australia, the UK and USA make 2018 a low year for political leadership. Surely 2019 has to be better? The Australian economy continued to grow strongly with 268,000 jobs (202, 000 full…
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Bad news for Rubicor shareholders and staff comes in threes

The bad news for Rubicor shareholders continues to roll on unabated. The only recent good news, announced to coincide with the Rubicor AGM on 30 November, was the resignation of CEO, David Hutchison, after presiding over three and half years of disastrous results. Unfortunately there was only bad news to follow. Firstly, Hutchison wasn’t going…
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people2people show the way 28 years after Leon Lau’s pioneering step

This week I completed my current season of the Rookie Recruiter Training Program; my live-hosted webinar weekly program for recent entrants to the recruitment industry that I have been running since 2010. The participants in the current season were a microcosm of a very welcome trend that has become more apparent to me over the…
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How AI is changing the recruitment process via @siliconrepublic

The No. 1 factor in job candidates’ positive feelings about an assessment is a clear link between the content of the assessment and the job they are applying to (also known as “face validity”). by @charleshandler feat. @GerryCrispin via @ERE_net

The Northern Ireland unemployment rate (3.8%) is below the UK average of 4.0%. The Northern Ireland unemployment was also lower than the Republic of Ireland (5.3%) and the European Union (6.7%) rates for November 2018. via @SIADailyNews

The US average weekly wage increased 3.3% year over year to $1,155 in the third quarter, according to data released today by the @BLS_gov via @SIADailyNews

The seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in Australia fell by 0.5% in January 2019 to 5.0% when compared to the same period the previous year, according to data from @ABSStats via @SIADailyNews

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