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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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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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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Challenge yourself…

As a rebellious teenager, I always hated being challenged. I’m not talking about setting the personal challenge of ‘running that race’ or ‘climbing that mountain…’. I’m talking about the ‘Why are you doing that?’…‘What are your motives?’…‘What is your end goal?’. I was doing whatever I was doing, with very little motive other than that 

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5 ways to make the most of your recruitment consultant

In the modern day recruitment age, candidates can access life-changing opportunities in order to progress their career and develop skills. To maximize our recruitment experience and enhance our chances of getting that perfect job, we’ve compiled a list of the key qualities of the best candidates I’ve worked with and help change their own lives. 

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The 5 most valued assets in an ERP Executive: THE NEW BREED

Five most valued  ERP Executive assets: Specific industry knowledge or an understanding of the business processes within that industry The knowledge of business process re-engineering to optimise the current ERP environment The capacity to present the business benefits in a manner that resonated with the stakeholders Ability to articulate were to spend allocated budgets and 

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