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Read about the latest tips and trends that will help you secure the perfect job.

Once you have been selected for an interview, it can be an exciting and challenging time. It means you have passed the first stage of the recruitment process with a successful CV and cover letter.

Many candidates experience nerves throughout the interview process and there are a few quick tips you can apply to calm the butterflies in your stomach.

1. Research the company

Do you really love what you do?

 

Do you wake up on a Monday morning excited for the work week ahead and ready for new opportunities?

Is your job challenging and rewarding?

If you answered yes, that’s great! You are part of the small percentage of people who love what they do. These people have found the perfect role that satisfies their professional, financial and personal aspirations.

A Winning Approach In The War For Talent

Attracting and retaining talent is a key requirement for any successful business. Now, more than ever, it makes financial sense too as the true cost of turnover is calculated with lost productivity, training and recruitment costs.

A 2014 survey found that a well-crafted and authentic Employee Value Proposition (EVP) delivered the following benefits:

Have you been thinking about returning to work?

Is your maternity leave almost over or are the kids getting to the age where full time school is just around the corner?  You’ve decided it’s time to get back into the workforce once again or even for the first time in your career.

The decision to return to work doesn’t have to be stressful. There are workplaces ready to welcome you and discuss flexible working arrangements which can be very exciting!

From one mum to another, here are some pros to returning to work:

Top tips on performance reviews for career growth and development

Conducting your own personal performance review prior to arranging a meeting with your manager allows you to effectively map out your achievements as well as analyse the areas for improvement. Identifying where you have added value helps your manager see the contribution you have made to the business and assists them in developing appropriate rewards, training and development opportunities.

Why your EVP is more than just perks and office parties

For many organisations ‘company culture’ is a buzzword, or something promoted by the HR department. Now, according to a 2015 report by Deloitte, it is one of the most common challenges in the world’s workforce, with only 13% of the global workforce identified as being ‘highly engaged’.

5 good reasons why a temporary hire may be the right decision for your business.

Temporary staff are assisting businesses from every sector to facilitate growth initiatives allowing businesses to flexibly increase their headcount to meet project and seasonal employment demands.

With the holiday season just around the corner, you may require additional support to maintain momentum in your business as you approach the summer months. A temp may just be the solution your business needs.

Top tips on how to make the leap to your dream job.

Successfully managing your career can be challenging. As you progress in your current role, your goals and needs may change or the market may change, impacting your job satisfaction and outlook. Once you have made your mind up that it is time to start looking, the idea of change can be confronting and even a little bit scary.

The benefits of a multi-channel job search!

Job seekers are spoilt for choice with new technology and platforms to assist them in their job search. With the abundance of choices available, many job seekers focus exclusively on online job boards and overlook the benefits of a multi-channel search, which includes connecting with a specialist recruitment agency.

Effective leadership is the driving force behind high performing business culture. It is integral to the success of any organisation as it creates empowered teams, who are motivated by responsibility and action. A leadership culture facilitates improved productivity, increased focus on solutions not problems, and dedication to improving individual and organisational performance.

How can you build a leadership culture within your organisation?

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