Hiring Contingent Workers – What You Should Consider
According to the Macquarie Dictionary, ‘contingent’ refers to one thing that is dependent for its existence on another thing that is not yet certain. That it’s conditional. When we co...read more
The Professional Touch is Essential for Writing Good Selection Criteria Responses
Imagine you have just built your dream home. You planned and planned when talking to the builder about the layout and the aspect, and now the bones of the house are exactly...read more
Career transition in Victoria to improve employment opportunities
Photos and footage of Centrelink queues in March this year will be hard to forget – especially for the thousands of Australians compelled to apply for government fina...read more
Finding ourselves unemployed and short on money is a terrifying experience. Yet applying for, and finding, a permanent job can take time. Time that some people just don't feel they have to stay financially afloat.
Try not to despair. There are option...read more
I recently saw an invitation for a corporate event that was designed to encourage and support gender equality in the workplace. It asked senior managers to bring a woman of potential along to meet other senior managers and other women of potential.
Not being promoted? Many clients come to us feeling frustrated that their career is stalling. They had expected to be promoted by now. They had expected to reach a certain level within their organisation (or profession) by now.
But it hasn't happened.
I thought this blog title would grab your interest!
Now for the full disclosure. I have never slept with my boss. But as a HR practitioner with over 20 years experience I do have some tips on how to manage your career during this time of your life!
A number of years ago I was an executive coach to a client who felt dissatisfied with her life and her career. To the outside world she seemed to have it all: a happy marriage, healthy, happy kids and an employer who offered interesting and flexible work ...read more
You have completed your PhD. You are smart, ambitious and eager to contribute to your chosen profession. But what happens when employment doors just don't open easily for you? Professional career counselling can assist.
Working in research and/or acade...read more
You have the new job offer in writing, and now you’re figuring out the best way to resign from your current job. Maintaining a positive relationship with your soon to be ex-manager is in your best interests, both for your professional reputation, and th...read more