Stepping into the real estate industry can be an exciting but challenging endeavour. Whether you are a newcomer or an experienced professional seeking a change, acing your interviews requires careful preparation and attention to detail. Virginia, a seasoned expert in the field, shares valuable insights to help you make a lasting impression and secure your dream positio...Read more
Top Tips To Nailing An Interview in Real Estate!
Strategies for Success – Set Your Business up for the New Financial Year
As the new financial year approaches, it's essential for your business to take stock of your financial health and plan for the year ahead. The start of a new financial year offers opportunity to set goals, assess performance, and make strategic decisions that can contribute to long-term success. Below are the key strategies to help you set your business up for the new f...Read more
Is the New Year the Right Time to Start a New Job?
As the year winds down and we prepare for a 2023, many of us can’t help but feel excited about what’s to come. If you’re considering starting a new job in new year, you’re not alone. Starting a new job can be daunting, but with the right preparation and mindset, it can also be an incredibly rewarding experience. So should you take the plunge this January? Let’s explore w...Read more
Exit interviews - why every employer should conduct them
When an employee leaves a company, it's important to conduct an exit interview. This is an opportunity to find out why the person is leaving and what could be done to improve conditions at the company. Exit interviews can also help employers learn about any problems that may exist within the company.Exit interviews need to be conducted by someone who is impartial and object...Read more
How to Handle a Counter Offer
You've been through the interview process and you finally got the call you've been waiting for - they want to offer you the job. But before you can start celebrating, they throw a curveball - they make a counteroffer. Now what?Should You Accept the Counter Offer?Before you even consider accepting a counteroffer, ask yourself why you were looking to leave in the first pl...Read more
Do you really want to leave your current company or is it a higher salary or flexibility that you want?
If you're unhappy with your current salary (or lack thereof), you're not alone. In fact, a recent study showed that nearly 60% of employees are dissatisfied with their wages or their work flexibility. If you're in that majority, it may be time to have a conversation with your boss before you consider . But how do you broach the subject? And more importantly, how do you...Read more
Hybrid working - what do employees want?
It still amazes me that businesses are missing out on talent due to inflexible work environments. During 2020 and 2021 we were forced to work from home and loads of individuals learnt balance within their working and personal lives and this is something that many are now not prepared to give away. Costs of transport were slashed, commute times were a thing of the past ...Read more
End Of Financial Year Goals
With the new financial year here, it’s a great opportunity to take a moment to pause, check in with goals you may have set in January, and look back on your achievements. It’ is also a time to plan ahead for reaching those next goals and career milestones. It’s a good time to ask yourself the below questions to help assess plans for the new financial year. Here is wher...Read more
Top Tips for Recruiting in the New Financial Year
The new financial year always bring fresh activity to the job market as new goals and projects are set, and new budgets allocated, creating new jobs. Most companies with finalise budgets for the new financial year in May and June and start hiring June/July to set the next year up to achieve their growth targets. On the back of this, there are often newly created roles.Ho...Read more
The Importance of Taking a Lunch Break
The importance of taking a lunch break 3.8 million Australian workers routinely don’t take a lunch break, with one in two of them saying it’s because they are ‘too busy’. - according to research published by The Australia Institute in 2013’s 'Hard to get a break paper'. Of those workers who do take their lunch break, 72% said they often cut it short, worked through or po...Read more