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When I talk to businesses about their candidate sourcing strategies, the most common answers I get back include ‘’we posted an ad on Seek” or “we engaged a recruitment agency.” Very often, these answers are followed with “we did not get great results” or “it took us such a long time to recruit”. I always follow these up with, “did you ask…Continue
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“Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is one of the most popular and respected personality type tools in the world. It is a personality type tool which is based on research by the renowned psychologist Carl Jung. The tool, helps people easily understand why differences arise at home and in the workplace. It is an easy to understand framework which helps to build relationships and teams”
One of the principles of Jung’s model, “Psychological Types” developed in 1921, was each person…Continue
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The past couple of years there have been some high profile cases on the industrial front. Cases involving David Jones and others including Airservices…Continue
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I preface this insight with the fact that I am a prolific user of the iPod, Iphone, Ipad, kindle and any other mobile device which has been designed to impart information.
Anytime ... Anywhere…Continue
Added by Michael Hall on September 27, 2012 at 12:30 — No Comments
Attending HRIZON this week I enjoyed the welcoming message of Wurundjeri Elder Aunty Diane Kerr, a descendant of the traditional owners of Melbourne.
Despite only recently learning that "HR people…Continue
I don’t know how to start? I think it’s too tough? Or time consuming? These were all the questions which popped into my mind whenever I thought about writing my own blog. Instead of thinking why we should write a blog? Let’s think over why we shouldn’t hesitate to write it. People are usually willing to write and start their own blog but most of the time they stop dead due to below mentioned reasons:…Continue
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Power2Motivate is proud to be attending the HRIZON 14th World HR Congress in Melbourne this week from 25-27th September.
The roll call of speakers is impressive and we look forward to being part of such a fantastic event, speakers include:
First president of the Republic of Ireland and UN High Commission for Human Rights.
Co-founder of Apple
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“The leaders who work most effectively, it seems to me, never say ‘I’. And that’s not because they have trained themselves not to say ‘I’. They don’t think ‘I’. They think ‘we’; they think ‘team’. They understand their job to be to make the team function. They accept responsibility and don’t sidestep it, but ‘we’ get the credit…. This is what creates trust, what…Continue
Added by Ben Thompson on September 25, 2012 at 11:30 — No Comments
In-house recruiters for large organisations are responsible for hiring technical talent, but they often struggle to find candidates with specific skills.
The Bullhorn 2012 Staffing and Recruitment Trends Report for Asia-Pacific has found that specialist recruiters will play a bigger role in a more competitive candidate market.
Both highly skilled candidates and employers get the best outcome when in-house recruiters partner with specialist recruiters.
Added by Benjamin Fuller on September 24, 2012 at 16:51 — No Comments
The 14th World Human Resource Congress (HRIZON) is on in Melbourne this week, and I'm excited to be attending.
I'll be adding my coverage of the event to HR Daily from Thursday, but I'd love to see some HR Daily Community members blogging about the sessions here as well. Whether you just share a few quotes or write…Continue
Social recruiting is fast becoming the foundation of modern recruitment as online candidate networks result in quicker time to hire, better fit and longer tenure.
Social media allows recruiters to build connections very quickly. But the key to attracting quality candidates is in turning cold connections into receptive potential candidates.
To strengthen the value of networks on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn, recruiters should offer more than job opportunities, and aim to…Continue
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Recently a Nurse Ms Toni Hoffman, raised concerns about Mr. Jayant Patel the surgeon now known as ‘Dr Death’. She claimed she was marginalised and nobody took her complaints of workplace bullying seriously until she went to the media. In a recent Financial Review article, Psychologist Evelyn Field suggested, “this is a classic example of how dangerous bullying and organisational dysfunction can…Continue
Added by Arielle Nakache-Moulay on September 20, 2012 at 15:53 — No Comments
Many of our professional clients ask us for advice on how to negotiate a pay rise.
It is one of those topical areas that everybody is interested in but no-one seems to talk about.
So Let’s Talk …
There is no doubt that negotiating a pay rise is a sensitive and difficult issue to approach with your employer. The cynic in me would argue that employers WANT to make it a difficult issue to approach, as it’s not generally the type of discussion they want to…Continue
Added by Kristina Reynolds on September 19, 2012 at 15:00 — No Comments
Not ownership in the financial sense, but ownership in the emotional sense.
Create a working environment and a team ethic that encourages your employees to take on emotional ownership of the business, as if it is their own. This way, their…
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Despite the Federal Government’s latest paid parental leave scheme that began over 18 months ago “Australian fathers are shunning the chance to be MR Mum on…Continue
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When I was a student, Career Development was not a topic I ever heard discussed. My school had a careers advisor and that person would, so it seemed to me, review a student's subject results and then recommend a likely job or profession.
In 1980's Hobart, my recollection of the options were something like, depending upon your subjects and marks, one of; Lawyer, Accountant, Scientist, Teacher, Nurse, Tradie, Architect, Engineer, Secretary or Public Servant'. The creative types were…Continue
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