Coronavirus is hitting businesses hard – both here and around the world. We explore your alternatives to mass redundancies in the wake of the greatest health and economic crisis of our generation.
We’re living in unprecedented times, with our leaders making major decisions daily. Small business owners will be hit hard by COVID-19, but there are some ways to help protect yourself against the fallout. Here’s how.
Harmony Week (March 15-21) is a celebration of Australian multiculturalism so we asked expert Jason Timor, CEO of Two Point Co, to explain why recruiting more Indigenous Australians can be a boon for your businesses.
Having a lazy approach to diversity means focusing on superficial factors such as skin colour, or gender and risks turning diversity hiring into a box-ticking exercise. High-performance leadership consultant, Heston Russell, explains why looking at a candidate’s values is a better source when looking to hire a diverse workforce.
Sunday March 8 was International Women’s Day, a global celebration of the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. But with many women in our community wearing different hats to suit different roles, how do they achieve business success while maintaining a healthy work-life balance? We turned to the women of CVCheck to discuss some of these career challenges and what can be done to overcome them.
The success or failure of a business can come down to how it treats its most vulnerable workers, according to Joanne Lockwood from SEE Change Happen. She explains why marginalisation in the workplace is still an issue and offers tips to improve hiring best practices.
By limiting your candidate pool to only those with relevant industry experience, you might be missing out on some seriously great talent. Leadership coach Heston Russell explains the benefits and challenges of hiring outside of your industry.
Recruiters are working harder than ever to meet KPIs in a candidate-rich market. Here’s the newest ways AI assistants and screening platforms are offering a helping hand.
Recruitment and HR can help close the talent gap through talent optimisation; a step-by-step process that embraces data and intelligent design to align your people strategy with the organisation’s overall business goals. But what does it mean to be strategic in recruiting, why is it so important, and how can talent optimisation help achieve this?
Traditional onboarding processes are clunky, paper-based, and fail to keep new-starters engaged in the crucial period between signing the contract and their first day at work. We explore the benefits of digital onboarding platforms and how they can improve your candidate experience.
The idea that “overtime is normal” is just plain wrong, with research revealing that it’s having a detrimental impact on workplaces and workers. We dive into the negative effects of overtime and explore ways to fix this ingrained work culture.
Our digital addiction is chronically disrupting our private and professional lives, but we’d be lost without tech. Sometimes literally. So, how do you encourage healthy workplace device-use in the era of digital transformation?
CVCheck’s Brett Fraser joined Paul Molony from JobAdder to discuss the Royal Commission’s Interim Report into Aged Care. They examined the report’s findings and looked at what the requirement for continuous improvement means for the future of the industry.
The public servant who was sacked from her senior SA government role for a string of charges, including CV fraud, has faced the music and will spend at least a year behind bars for her deception.
Maltreatment in childhood often leads to adverse outcomes in adulthood. Here, we look at what those long-term effects are and the ways in which employers of people working with children can reduce the risks of harm to young people.
Candidates are customers too. Learn why recruiters have a responsibility to be brand ambassadors for their organisations at every step of the hiring process.