Resources for Individuals
This section includes helpful articles for individuals going through career transition to assist you to move forward with confidence. Read the latest on resumes, salary negotiation, LinkedIn strategies, interviewing systems, career development and networking.
Our careers have a big impact on our happiness. This infographic shares some golden career rules to follow to achieve a life well-lived.
Will telling people about your redundancy damage your job search? This article provides tips on communicating the news of your redundancy to others.
We spend more than 2000 minutes a week on our workplace activities. Here are a few tips to be happier at work.
Video interviews are becoming more common. Learn what to expect in this new type of interview process.
No-one wants a technical hiccup in their video interview. Make sure your video interview goes smoothly by checking these technical elements are working.
Learn great performance tips to deliver a polished performance during a video interview.
This quick, fun slideshare presentation offers a few tips that can be helpful during your job search.
Resumes are changing. Resume awards judge shares what's new and hot in resume design in 2016.
For many people one of the most nerve-wracking parts of the selection process can be the salary negotiation phase. The following are some tips to help you during this phase.
5 books to help you make a successful career transition, the trick is to arm yourself with the very best advice.
Labour market information is important to career planning. The following lists sources of Australian Labour Market Information including graduate outcomes, skills shortages, regional market information, vocational education outcomes, industry data, and occupational data.
Tips for the first week. What To Do (And Not To Do) When Your Role Has Been Made Redundant!
Modern outplacement explained and how it can benefit you
An instructional video on how to design your resume to be effective in applicant tracking systems and support your job search.
Redundancy hurts. Read how to take steps that will provide you with the fastest route back to the happily re-employed.
In order to have a human review your resume, you are likely first going to have to make it past an applicant tracking system, or ATS. Read this guest article from Jobscan answering five common questions about applicant tracking systems.
Australian's typically find self-promotion difficult. This slideshare provides some easy strategies and tips for building your professional brand without feeling uncomfortable.
Career change is hard at the best of times. But for those affected by redundancy it can be a double whammy when they face having to unexpectedly launch back into job search mode only to find a market that favours the employed.
The job market has changed and with it so has how the job application process works. This video shows how avoiding these three mistakes will give you an edge and ensure you are seen by recruiters.
You might have heard the advice to ditch your career objective. This article explains why you don't need to lose it, you just need a new type of career objective.