They Said Yes! What to do after a job offer

So, you have received a job offer – what happens next? In an ideal world, you’d accept immediately because it’s your dream job at a company you’re intimately familiar with. From the hiring perspective, however, we often forget that the person we want for the job doesn’t know what the day-to-day is actually like. We 

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Personalised Marketing – Not Just Marketing Automation

Personalisation in marketing is key to getting your message through the clutter. The massive billboards along the highway and populating cities are owned by major brands whose business is based on volume. Your business, while growing, is still making personal connections. You know your customers. As you grow, however, you’re finding it harder to make 

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How to Find a Unicorn for your Business

Unicorns are amazing. Lisa Frank built an entire industry on that premise. In business, the term unicorn is applied to something so specific, so niche, so unbelievable that it might as well be fictional. For instance, when the US Federal Reserve hinted at raising rates, many speculated that it mean the end for unicorn start-up 

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7 Ways You Can Make the Most out of Remote Workers

Giving employees the ability to work remotely can help save money, build a sense of responsibility, and inspire loyalty because of the flexibility offered by remote work. For managers accustomed to people punching a timeclock and partaking in daily meetings, however, remote workers can be a frustrating experience. There’s a large measure of trust that’s 

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Pay the Good Guys and Girls More!

Pay the good guys and girls more!   It seems like every day there is a new hacking story. In an attempt to better protect themselves against vulnerabilities, many organisations and governments offer Bug Bounties. A Bug Bounty being a financial reward for ‘White hat’ hackers (the good guys and girls) to find vulnerabilities before 

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John Currell: Leading from within….

Whilst I have previously posted articles and interviews with industry leaders like Lutz von Nida at SABMiller, I’m keen for you to gain an insight into Interpro and our leadership. A driving factor in me joining Interpro People back in July 2013, was the chance to work with John Currell. John was immediately able to provide 

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The Silent Power to Attract & Retain Talent

Having recruited for hundreds of jobs for a large Telco in various departments, there is one thing that keeps standing out to me: the power of a common goal. Whilst recruiting for organisations across Australasia and Europe, I have seen many ways in which companies try to attract the best talent. These include: Lucrative remuneration Career opportunities Company 

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