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7 Questions to Ask Your Recruiter

You are good at what you do. You are considered a leader of your field. But maybe you’re a little unsatisfied with your current position. Maybe you saw something that might be interesting. There are plenty of reasons to work with a recruiter when you’re good at what you do. When you’re talking to a 

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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 a 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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“Hack Sydney” and a new era of sophisticated cyber-crime.

I’ve received an overwhelming response to a meetup I co-organise called Hack Sydney. Our second meetup will take place this Wednesday, 17th May. The global cyber-attack over the weekend by the ransomware “wannacry” once again throws the subject of hacking and cyber-crime into international news and highlights the vulnerability of sensitive customer data that is 

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It’s an Exciting Time for the FinTech Industry!

With the launch of the NPP Platform and myself heading off to Melbourne this week for the #SeamlessAU conference, I naturally thought it an appropriate time to write a blog on the NPP Platform. The Fintech/Payments space and is currently growing at a compound annual rate of 76% which I’m sure you will agree is 

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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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Why I took my own career advice…

On any given day, as a Professional Recruitment Consultant & Manager, it is a major part of my role to offer career advice to candidates, help clients with their career aspirations and mentor peers and direct reports to achieve their career goals. Although these conversations are unique to the individuals concerned, it is fair to 

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