So, you’re thinking about making a move and taking on a new challenge in your career. Exciting times! (But possibly quite nerve-racking too.) The search for your next position will take courage, tenacity… and a willingness to be completely honest with yourself. Yep! The unconventional step in job applications that works wonders is actually honesty.
A couple of years ago, cultural anthropologist Simon Sinek’s viral interview on millennials in the workplace alerted us to the decline in genuine connections between colleagues in modern work settings. But have we heeded his advice to open up more to each other? Or has the idea of having ‘real conversations’ with our colleagues felt
Strategies for mind and brain resiliency during stressful times The COVID-19 pandemic has reminded us that the world can be a scary place, and that life is full of events that are simply out of our control. This is especially true if you work in the caring professions and dealing with others’ trauma is part
Finding Remote Working Opportunities The COVID-19 pandemic has transformed Australia’s workforce. We’re working from home where possible, and there’s no rush to get everyone back to the office. But could remote working be here to stay? Possibly. Here’s why remote working could be a good thing, along with some tips for finding your own remote job. Benefits
5 Benefits of Regional & Remote Work During COVID Australia’s regional and remote areas are filled with a diverse range of job opportunities in positions that will have a major impact on communities across the country. Unfortunately, working in these areas is often underrated. There are so many amazing benefits to packing up your stuff
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