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Small company v large corporation

From my own experience, working for large or small companies both have their own advantages. Just pick what's right for you. Read more >>

Published May 12, 2011 in CVs & Resumes by Gavin Redelman

How to apply for a job in Australia from overseas

I am always excited when I hear that people are planning their job search BEFORE they arrive in Australia. This is one of the most critical steps to early job hunting success. Read more >>

Published May 12, 2011 in Work in Australia by Sue Ellson

On Arrival – What do I need to do now that I am in a new location?

This article provides excellent tips on what you need to do once you have arrived in Australia, by covering the resources you must have ready, how you can start doing networking immediately and what you need to learn about your new country. Read more >>

Published Nov 7, 2010 in Work in Australia by Sue Ellson

Pre-Departure – What do I need to do before I leave my old location?

Before you leave for your new location in Australia, there are five important steps you can take to assist you with working abroad. Read more >>

Published Nov 3, 2010 in Work in Australia by Sue Ellson

Ten Things Recruiters Hate about your CV

Every day recruiters are receiving hundreds of CV’s and resumes from job applicants. Though there is no perfect recipe, here are ten things that recruiters hate about your CV. Read more >>

Published Oct 26, 2010 in CVs & Resumes by Charles van Heerden

How the world of work is changing

The world of working is changing constantly, with new careers and interesting opportunities becoming available. We are experiencing big trends and research indicates three important things we want as part of a better job. Read more >>

Published Oct 24, 2010 in Job Search by Charles van Heerden

Interview Tips – The five things you need to take with you to the interview

Every interview requires good preparation. The more prepared you are, the more confident and relaxed will you be. This update covers the five things you need to take to any job interview. Read more >>

Published Oct 20, 2010 in Interview Tips by Charles van Heerden

When is the best time to call the recruiter?

Part of job search includes connecting with recruiters to discuss a specific role or to arrange a meeting. Recruiters spend most of their day interviewing applicants, so it is often difficult to get hold of them. So when is the best time to call them? Read more >>

Published Oct 18, 2010 in Job Search by Charles van Heerden

Interview Tips: How to close the interview and get on the shortlist?

The goal of any initial interview is to be included on the shortlist, as recruiting managers usually interview a long list of applicants. This article provides valuable information to help you to close the interview off in a strong and conclusive way. Read more >>

Published Oct 18, 2010 in Interview Tips by Charles van Heerden

Interview Tips: Will you fit in well with the team and the company?

Recruiting managers use culture fit interview questions to assess how you as a new employee will fit in with the team and the company, because of the real risk of potential mismatches between you, as a new employee, and the shared values of the company. Read more >>

Published Oct 14, 2010 in Interview Tips by Charles van Heerden

Interview Tips: Can you do the job that you are being interviewed for?

The most critical stage in any career change or job search process is the recruitment interview. Your objective is to create and reinforce the impression in the mind of the interviewer that you will perform competently and confidently in the role. Read more >>

Published Oct 13, 2010 in Interview Tips by Charles van Heerden

Can you do what you have said you have done in your CV?

Starting the interview on a positive note is very important, as it is the foundation for the rest of the interview. There are a number of pitfalls to avoid as well as three simple steps to start off strongly. Read more >>

Published Oct 13, 2010 in Interview Tips by Charles van Heerden

The three most important things to do in any job interview

The most critical stage in any career change or job search process is the recruitment interview. The recruiting manager needs to decide if the applicant is the right person to employ by looking for answers to three key questions. Read more >>

Published Oct 11, 2010 in Interview Tips by Charles van Heerden

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