Brisbane Jobs and Employment Blog
Recruitment can come with a lot of assumptions; what it is, who does it, how it can benefit people and whether it’s worthwhile or not. Certainly, not many people are upset when they receive a call from a recruiter letting them know their specific skillset and experience could be a great fit for an amazing new
Have you found yourself daydreaming recently about working in a new job or role or if the company you’re in is the one you want/need to be in? If so, you’re in the right place. If you’ve never asked any of these questions, you’re also in the right place because now is a great time to start.
In our experience working with accountants and finance professionals, we have found that the industry is known for working long hours with accountants often being the first to arrive and the last to leave. I have met with several candidates over the last week who are looking for new job opportunities and one theme that has
This month, we’re talking about outsourcing in Public Practice. This is a widely utilised practice in the commercial sector but more and more, we’re seeing a move towards the outsourcing of transactional divisions in Public Practice. Joeri, one of our recruitment consultants, has been investigating the viability of this trend and shares his thoughts below in
There have been profound changes to the recruitment industry over the last decade and I for one personally believe most of these changes have been exceedingly positive, making our jobs as recruiters easier, allowing us to move faster and spend more valuable time conversing with our customers. Some of the positive changes we have seen encapsulate:
The word “power” is often associated with the idea of control, dominance, authority and sometimes corruption, depending on your experience, which obviously can have some negative connotations. The kind of power we’re referring to here, however, is quite the opposite. Through our work in recruitment, we come across a wide variety of people; different cultures, personalities and stories, which we