The July 2016 Labour Force by the Australian Bureau of Statistics shows that the rate of growth in employment has stayed below average for the last six months. But there has been an increase in employers looking for professionals in the Healthcare and Medical, Trades and Services and Information and Communication Technology industries, reports SEEK. Here’s what it means for you.
This week had me back in my home town, Perth, and involved primarily understanding the core functions of Ajilon. Now with a better understanding of the business structures of Adecco, the key focus of this week was to draw a business plan that aims to enhance innovation towards solutions Adecco provide currently and for the future ahead. The aim is to identify and analyse future market trends and from this create an optimised strategy. Key focus areas of the plan include tackling youth unemployment and promoting diversity in STEM careers and education.
I would rather spend a few years figuring everything out and trying new things; as I get older and have gained experience, I would want to settle down and possibly be self-employed. This is a typical point of view among “Millennials,” the generation born roughly between 1983-2001 and soon to dominate our workforce. In fact, Millennials will account for more than half of worldwide employment by 2020. So how are organisations going to manage this vastly different group?
This week I packed my bags and flew to the Adecco HQ in Melbourne, to begin my first week as *CEO. What I wanted to get out of this week was to obtain a better understanding of Adecco’s business operations and identity how my knowledge and skills are best placed in corporate environnments, especially as the *CEO!
It’s not every day you get an email with the subject line “You have been chosen as the CEO”, especially as a 22 year old Masters student!
Want to be seen as a subject matter expert? Want to stand out from the 10 other shortlisted candidates? Perhaps a blog will get you over the line. Here’s are five reasons why…
With the dial on gender and other forms of diversity & inclusion stubbornly refusing to shift, some companies have adopted ‘blind recruitment’. Is it right for your company?