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The feeling of familiarity and having a routine in our career gives us a sense of stability as we feel safe and contented with what our profession continually provides. Day in, day out, the same happens and as time goes...
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I had the pleasure of debating with several OHS/WHS industry colleagues on Friday afternoon at the Safety Institute of Australia’s ‘The Future of Health and Safety – An Agenda for Change conference – and what a debate it WAS! So...
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First impression lasts. And what is the best way to make an impression to your employer is through your resume. Remember that an average recruiter will spend only seconds of their time looking at your resume. This is why in...
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Clients looking for skilled talent to fulfill specific appointments (especially mining jobs and other jobs in the resources sector) and candidates looking to uncover their next career opportunity. THE rh is the ‘central hub’ for both clients and candidates in regards...
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Happy International Women’s Day!** Heads Up** not a normal Blog by Moi! So please continue if the title grabbed your attention! I so hope so does the script! YAY…….…Yay, Yay, Yay that once again ‘International Women’s Day’ has fallen upon...
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It can be a little awkward when you aren’t in your familiar workplace environment. A tad daunting, a whole lot of nervousness and often you will feel just plain uncomfortable. But saying YES to opportunities may lead to bigger and better...
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My methodology of recruitment is probably quite different to others in my industry. Born about by 23 years of resource industry experience and an extensive network, it isn’t all that often I need, or to be honest want to ‘advertise’...
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Please just STOP IT!! For your own sake!! As a Careers Coach and Recruiter, day-in day-out I obviously read a tonne of CV’s, and I also write them for my individual Career and Outplacement clients. I am least surprised then...
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Especially At The Very Beginning Of Our Career! Warning – Rant Alert!! It is 8.18am whilst I am tapping away on this wintery Perth Wednesday morning, and I have just delivered one of four children to school (one is home...
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There is no great surprise with a recent announcement that Western Australian, South Australia, Queensland, Tasmania and the Northern Territory are struggling due to the downturn in the resources and manufacturing sectors.  And Western Australia – the country’s “resources capital”...
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