• Making The 2019 Financial Year Great

    The beginning of the new financial year means it’s a great time to look back on your achievements and plan ahead for reaching your next goals and career milestones. As you reflect on the challenges of last financial year along with lessons learnt ask yourself the below questions to help assess your plan for the new financial year.  Visualise – What is it you want to get o...

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  • Make sure your CV leaves a great first impression

    Preparing your CV can be a very time consuming exercise but given its your biggest marketing tool when applying for new roles I suggest you make the time to get it right and I’ve got a few tips for you to make sure it is! Firstly, don’t rush it!  Make sure you are 100% happy with the end result before you start sending it out you often only get once chance to make a gre...

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  • How to handle your resignation as an employee

    Resigning is a delicate subject and needs to be handled right, nearly everyone is uncomfortable giving a resignation and lets be honest most of the time employers don't like getting them. I've compiled some tips on how you as an employee can handle giving your resignation in the best fashion!  Make sure your boss is the first to know and not all your colleagues, n...

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  • How to retain your best staff

    Staff retention and head hunting is a hot topic amongst the real estate and property industry at the moment. With lots of changes in the market there’s still a shortage of really fantastic and talented candidates and top talent is being heavily targeted with opportunity to jump ships. You as an employer need to ensure you are retaining your  best staff and here are some tips...

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  • Why job hopping is becoming the new norm

    It seems that long service leave and the gold watch for working 10 years in the one company is a thing of the past. More and more staff turnover seems to be the norm and while it can be incredibly disruptive to the team and your clients as well as costly and time consuming there are ways to navigate and understand why it happens People well generally leave a job for money...

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  • As a jobseeker how do you stop your details being sent everywhere!

    AGAIN this week I have met with another Candidate who made her CV public on a well known job board and her details have been blanketed everywhere, in fact she was sent to the same job 4 times – how crazy does that look to any future employer! In this market highly skilled and experienced candidates are really well received so it’s ESSENTIAL that you have the right recruit...

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  • On notice! Your responsibility when ending an employment relationship

    Our Director Virginia Brookes contributed to the REINSW article this week. Terminating a working relationship can be awkward, but in people management positions it’s part of the job.   Hopefully it’s not something you have to do regularly. However, if it is necessary, you should know your rights and responsibilities.    So, how much notice must be given when b...

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  • People Skills Are Worth Paying For!

    Virginia Brookes, knows what kind of skills contribute to industrious offices. Based in Sydney, the Director of the boutique real estate recruitment agency shares her top tips when looking to recruit staff into a real estate team. 1. Hire people who aren't afraid of people The most important piece of real estate is being a people person. Virginia says, “I think face-to-f...

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  • The Do's And Don'ts Of Social Media

    It’s very easy to have a love hate relationship with social media, it’s a great way to keep in touch with friends and loved ones and also act as a promotional tool to keep in instant contact with a captive audience of potential clients. People buy off people so the trust can be instant when someone sees that a friend recommends a product or service but it can also swing the ...

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  • What Should You Be Asking Your Potential Employee

    The best interviews are always the ones where you can find common ground and rapport with a Candidate immediately and they are very open about sharing their work history, their achievements and even some of the low points in their careers, the answers they give can really allow you to pinpoint strengths and weaknesses and whether this Candidate can be a good fit for your tea...

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