Setting Career Goals For the Year Ahead!

Written By Katrina Park  With the end of the calendar year fast approaching, it’s an ideal time to think about the next year of your career. You may have a performance review coming up because it’s the end of the year for many businesses, or you might have reviews quite...

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Want to make 2019 your best year yet?

By Katrina Park The holidays are starting and 2018 is coming to an end - so it’s time to dream big, set your goals and design your best year ever! So where to start? We all start the year with the best of intentions, with big goals about how this...

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Leadership Lessons and Musings

By Katrina Park Are leaders made or born?  There is much debate on this but one could argue that the true leader instead concentrates on developing the leadership qualities necessary for success. When looking at leadership it’s worth noting the qualities that people look for in a leader. Because the...

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‘Go Girl, Go For IT’ and what it meant to us

By Bridget MacPherson Every 2 years the Victorian ICT for Women network runs an event open to all Victorian school girls from years 5 to 12 to hear about the incredible range of vocational avenues available in Technology. ‘Go Girl, Go for IT’ is an amazing initiative aimed at encouraging young girls...

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GENDER AND PAY EQUALITY – ARE THEY IMPROVING?

By Katrina Park  Studies consistently show that gender bias and the gender pay gap is real. Preliminary results of Gender Equality Data 2017 /18 shows full-time women continue to earn less than full-time men in every industry and occupation. Whilst many organisations are taking measurable steps to implement gender equality,...

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It takes more than just applying for jobs to start your career in IT – here are some tips to help you choose the right job

Congratulations! You’ve just completed your coding bootcamp or university degree. You’re passionate and excited about technology and now looking for a great job that will kick start your career. So how do you go about not only finding a job but more importantly, finding the right role? Here are some...

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How to Plan your day as a Recruitment Consultant

Anyone who has worked as a recruitment consultant will have heard the saying, its like spinning plates. The origins of plate are said to have started about 2000 years ago in China, originally as a gymnastics act it has morphed now into more of a comedy act. In essence though...

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RSG Appoints a National Contracts Manager

Welcome Rob Millington – National Contract Recruitment Manager! We’re excited to welcome Rob Millington to the RSG team as our national contracts manager. Due to ongoing company growth, we're adding to our leadership team and growing our contract recruitment capability. Rob will help us continue to drive and improve our...

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Pre-empting Counter Offers – How to Alleviate a Candidate accepting a Counter Offer

The most frustrating thing for a recruiter to encounter is that phone call from a candidate, who has already signed and accepted an offer, that they have changed their mind.  They've been counter offered by their current employer and are going to stick with the devil they know. We train...

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Employer Branding – why it’s important

Employer Branding - the core things you need to know If you read lots of Recruitment and HR blogs you’ll see lots of ideas on how to brand your organisation to be attractive to candidates and the world in general. Whilst there are endless things you can do, there are...

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