Is Your Career in a Rut?

As we approach the New Year, it is important to reflect on the year that has been and the year that is to come. Reevaluating your career can be very confronting, you may find that you are perfectly happy where you are, or that you are falling behind on a plan you set yourself. Regardless,

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Building a Career Plan

Career plans are a great tool that are often undervalued, overlooked and forgotten. No matter what stage you are at in your career, having a plan can help provide clarity and guide you when making tough decisions. Whenever you set out on a new path, having goals that are SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Time-based)

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Job Hunting This Holiday Season

Some people will say it is far too soon to be talking about Christmas. Usually I would agree, however in the recruitment world, it is perfect timing. As Christmas approaches, the job market changes considerably. Organisations either increase efforts or postpone their recruitment of new starters, leaving job seekers in an awkward limbo. Many companies

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Business casual

Business casual has become the new norm in terms of how to dress for a job interview or around the office. Gone are the days where you knew to wear a suit to an interview, welcome to the era where vague, cryptic dressing instructions cause waves of anxiety. It is an issue we all face

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The Importance of Negotiation

Negotiating your contract is important. There isn’t a person on this earth that has better intentions for yourself than you. I always say “if you don’t ask the answer is always no”. This saying has helped me achieve a lot of things, from getting discounts at the shops to achieving a work life balance that

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4 weeks notice

Handing in your notice after receiving a new offer is an exciting time. Whether or not it will come as a shock to your current employer, you may be nervous to let them know. Leaving on good terms is vital to maintaining your professional network and ensuring favourable references down the track. While you can

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Why Temp?

As a freelancer in the entertainment industry, things can be rather unpredictable. The thing is you’ve still got to work, yet have flexibility. Early on I realised that the hospitality industry wasn’t for me. Not only did it become quickly apparent that I am possibly the world’s worst waitress, but I’m also more of a

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