CV fraud – more common than you think

CV fraud – more common than you think

CV embellishments are more common than you think – even at the senior levels of high-profile companies. Those lies, whether big or small, can unfortunately catch out the most experienced recruitment teams.

eBook: Work Smarter Not Harder

eBook: Work Smarter Not Harder

If there’s one thing most of us agree on, it’s that there are never enough hours in the day. We can’t steal more time – but we can make better use of it. No matter what you’re doing – jobseeking, hiring staff, renting or managing properties – there’s a tech tool that can make your life easier and simpler.

Give yourself the best start when re-entering the workforce

Give yourself the best start when re-entering the workforce

Searching for a job even when you’re gainfully employed can be disheartening, but if you’ve been out of the workforce for a while, job seeking is a much more daunting task. Here are our top tips for those getting back to work after a hiatus.

Employment scams are on the rise

Employment scams are on the rise

Your identity can be stolen from the information on your job application if the fake job is a scam. Learn how to protect yourself.

First impressions count

First impressions count

In a job interview, just seven seconds can be enough to decide whether you make it to the next round. Here are four behaviours you need to master to create a strong first impression.

Industries that attract ‘imaginative’ CVs

Industries that attract ‘imaginative’ CVs

Some industries attract more ‘padded’ CVs than others. Is your industry one of them?

Don’t be scammed by fake job ads

Don’t be scammed by fake job ads

Imagine applying for a job only to find that it doesn’t exist and some faceless, nameless person has made off with your details. It happens. Here, we explore this growing practice.

New rules, new fines: How the 457 work visa changed

New rules, new fines: How the 457 work visa changed

The 457 working visa has been abolished, and the rules are changing for businesses that sponsor foreign workers. Along with stronger enforcement of the new regulations, fines for non-compliance have increased. Here’s what every recruiter needs to know to avoid breaching the laws.

How to talk about your past

How to talk about your past

Nobody’s perfect. Organisational Psychologist Dr Eraj Ghafoori explains how to talk about your past – the good, the bad and the ugly – and still make a positive impression in a job interview.

Getting fired: what are your rights?

Getting fired: what are your rights?

Is your job on the chopping block? Getting fired is never great. Even if you’re glad to be moving on to a new opportunity, it’s good to know your rights.

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