Nate Vickery
  • Sydney, NSW
  • Australia

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Nate Vickery is a business consultant mainly focused on small business and startup management.
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How to Excel at a Job Interview

Posted on June 26, 2017 at 20:06 0 Comments

Regardless of how good your resume or CV look, in most cases, whether you get hired or not will be determined by your stance during the interview. While this may depend on the personal disposition, mood and requirements of your current interviewer, you would be surprised to learn that there are some actions that can significantly…


How to Survive a Job from Hell

Posted on March 30, 2017 at 22:07 0 Comments

Not having to work sounds wonderful, doesn’t it? Still, pretty much everyone you know has a job which allows them to pay rent and bills, buy food and clothes, and go on a vacation every now and then. Jobs are great because that’s how we make money, but that doesn’t mean they’re always fun. There are jobs out there which seem like they were…


Why a Happy Employee Is Not Necessarily an Engaged Employee

Posted on March 30, 2017 at 20:59 0 Comments

A couple of years ago, an exquisite article was published on Wharton's website, describing the modern job market as a place where employee loyalty hit an all-time low. The article identified…


Generation Z Hiring Trends

Posted on March 27, 2017 at 19:14 0 Comments

Time goes by so fast and another generation is ready to take over the world (and your office). Meet Gen Z-ers, the demographic born between 1994 and 2000. They’ve already entered the workforce, and the statistics say that by 2020 they’ll make up 20% of it. There are many stereotypes and misconceptions surrounding the world’s first true digital natives, but one thing is for sure: unlike Millennials, who are usually perceived as lazy, self-obsessed, and narcissistic, Gen Z-ers…


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