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Recruitment: The Hunt

This post first appeared on Heather Hankinson’s As Good as Her Word blog. When we saw it, we wanted to…

What's your story?

What’s your story? #3: Chris Page

Today’s career interview with Chris Page, National Manager – New Projects at Napier & Blakeley, clearly illustrates there is more than one…

Your future workforce

Predicting the future is always a risky business, but it is also a fascinating exercise! Here’s some data from McCrindle…

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Hiring? Data beats intuition

This article comes via Harrison Assessments International. You can read more articles about Harrison Assessments here. Can an algorithm beat…

Future of Work Conference 2015

At the end of April 2015, I was fortunate enough to attend two days of inspiring sessions at the Future…

A new way to recruit

You sense the new person you need for your business is ‘out there, somewhere’.  But how do you find them?…

The 5 Apps We Use Daily to Save Time and Money FREE REPORT

What's your story?

What’s your story? #2: Libby Bleakley

Libby Bleakley is the co-founder and project manager of the Sentru Formasaun Ba Juventude (Centre of Learning for Youth) in…

The one question you should be asking your staff

“At work, do you have an opportunity to do what you do best, every day?” Gallup has asked this question…

Killing the business you love

Traps for young (and old) players

At the moment I’m helping a small business with a recruitment campaign. (This is another way we use Harrison Assessments.) In the…

What's your story?

What’s your story? #1: Dr Howard Bell

The first volunteer in our interview chair is Dr Howard Bell OAM, Principal Solicitor at WorkCover NSW. When I first…

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When negotiating, who should make the first offer?

Originally published on The Conversation 10 March 2015 By Matthew Shepherd, University of Technology, Sydney We all negotiate every day….