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  • What to do when starting a new role

    Starting a new role can be daunting and a significant change for candidates who have been in their current role or company for several years. Hopefully, this new role will be a long-term, fruitful decision, however it is easy to make mistakes in the initial few months of your role – which can be critical (especially in probationary periods). Below we have compiled several ti...

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  • How to navigate your weaknesses in an interview!

    So your interview is going well and then the feared question comes up “how would you describe your weaknesses’” This is a common question often asked by interviewers as it shows how self-aware you are and will immediately tell your interviewee if you are humble or disingenuous in your response. It is important to remember that even though the question is about your weakne...

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  • The Two Things Your Recruiter Needs To Know About You

    Almost any recruiter will tell you that having a strong, long-term relationship with them will enhance your career success. A recruiter is a person who can support you in your job search by identifying suitable roles, approaching companies for you, and giving you expert advice.  But that's only if you give them all the information they need from the start. Director ...

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  • How To Know When You Have Outgrown Your Job

    It happens to us all at some point in our work life, you have that moment where you feel like you are hitting a ceiling and you no longer fit into a role you once loved and felt you had room to grow with. This is a totally normal feeling and recognising the signs and doing something about the way you feel before your employer notices is crucial. Below Resolver have put toget...

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  • What does your recruiter need from you?

    As a Candidate, working with a recruiter can be highly beneficial for a number of reasons that will only allow you to enhance your career success. Firstly it is essential to work with a recruiter you can trust; ask around with other people in the industry, read online reviews and look online to see who is most active in your marketplace – you need to find someone who is a “c...

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  • How To Answer The Awkward Salary Question

    The big "S" question is one we all need a little help with thinking straight to get the answer right. What you say can make the difference between whether or not you get the job, and if you'll be paid what you're worth. Aim too high, and you can kiss the position goodbye. Too low, and you're basically telling the employer that you don't value your work. It's normal ...

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  • Top 10 Most Surprising Facts We Uncovered About Australians In 2018

    Such an interesting read from SEEK revealing some thought-provoking facts about the Australian workforce in 2018 Read on to discover what SEEK found     We decided to look back over the last 12 months and reveal the most surprising facts we uncovered about the Australian workforce in 2018 From how many people have been asked an illegal interview question, to how ...

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  • Handling constructive criticism in the workplace

    Ever feel like you are on the uphill struggle and can’t win a trick at work, we hear you! It might only be a few little bites of feedback that can leave you feeling overwhelmed and on the back foot. Nobody likes to be criticised but constructive criticism isn’t all bad and it’s important to remember that nobody is perfect, so taking this feedback and working with it can in f...

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  • How to stand out in the job application process

    As recruiters, we have seen it all – from turning up late (or not at all) to an interview and bad-mouthing previous employers to aggressively demanding that a job be offered to you. We have compiled a few common mistakes you might make throughout the job search process and how you can avoid these to make sure you stand out – for the right reasons! Always be diplomatic ...

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  • New Year, new job: How to write the perfect resume

    New Year, new job! So you've decided to go for it and make 2019 the year you take a leap of faith and apply for a new job. If you've been out of the job hunting game for a while, you probably need to brush up on your resume writing skills. Here's how to put together the perfect resume, according to our Director, Virginia Brookes.  Make your contact details easy to f...

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