The GIG economy

Not a dance party, but certainly the next evolution of employment – The GIG economy looks set to shape future work trends in […]

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Getting an ROI on Graduate Recruits

How do you ensure a return on your investment when taking on Graduates? Teri Kelly explores the top ways that you can ensure […]

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The Future of Recruitment 2017

Are you looking to lead from the front with your hiring practices? This brief video will set you ahead of the rest by […]

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The new ‘job clusters’ employers will be demanding

The Foundation for Young Australians (FYA) has released a report which continues its recent focus on the changing nature of Australia’s workforce. The […]

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Too many graduates or not the right type of graduates?

A recent report from Tom Karmel and David Carroll at the Flinders University National Institute of Labour Studies, entitled ‘Has the graduate job […]

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What makes an Employer “attractive” to graduates?

The answer is money right?   You’d be forgiven for thinking that paying a premium graduate salary would be enough to attract the […]

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Launch of new Ai Group Graduate Employment Service

“Ai Group has today launched its new graduate employment service in Canberra which aims to tackle the catch-22 dilemma where graduates can’t find […]

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The benefits of mentoring

  Mentoring is defined by the National Mentoring Association of Australia as “a mutually beneficial relationship which involves a more experienced person helping […]

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The cost of graduate recruitment

How much does recruiting a graduate truly cost?   A lot of companies historically have viewed this figure in a simplistic manner: agency […]

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Top tips for your graduate ‘onboarding’ program

Graduate employability has been a hot topic over the past few years. Most of us will know someone or have a family member […]

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It’s time to design your boss!

There was a theme running through my LinkedIn feed one day last week. Every second item my connections were posting seemed to be […]

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How much time are your employees wasting online?

Screen time: two words that fill my three children with dread. At work, I write Blogs. At home, I am a policeman patrolling […]

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Do Australian leaders have what it takes?

Major new management research undertaken by the Centre for Workplace Leadership has questioned the capabilities of Australian leaders. Surveying almost 8000 individuals, from […]

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Show me the money! How to respond to an employee’s request for a pay rise

You may not have had an employee brash enough to use the well-known phrase uttered by Cuba Gooding Jr’s character in Jerry Maguire. […]

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Should managers connect with staff on social media?

The question of whether managers should connect with their staff on social media often comes up when I’m delivering bullying and harassment training. […]

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Universities re-model degrees to get graduates ready for work

In an effort to develop the skills of graduates in terms of employability and work-readiness, a number of universities are exploring new models […]

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The Millennials are coming – and going

In a decade, the ‘Millennials’ will represent 75% of the global workforce. So how should your workplace be adapting to accommodate them – […]

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Uni students can be good news for your business

Employers have been reporting that higher education graduates are not work ready and often lack fundamental employability skills. Those taking part in Ai Group’s Workforce […]

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Local jobs for local grads

After seeing a recent LinkedIn comment from a South Australian business organisation promoting work for international students, I thought it timely to inform members about the […]

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