Smart companies agree that recruiting for diversity makes good business sense in a competitive market. They understand that diversity in the workforce boosts productivity, promotes creativity, and inspires innovation.
The healthcare, medical, aged care, and social assistance industry in Australia is booming. In March 2017, figures for SEEK job listings for this sector were up by 17% according a recent news.com.au article.
More and more graduate recruitment is becoming an increasingly critical part of overall business strategy. And each year a new wave of graduates enters into the workforce with fresh-faced enthusiasm, new energy and a fair bit of trepidation.
Most businesses have limited budgets for vacation recruitment, and so in tough times the vacation recruitment program is the first to be cut from the budget. However, have you considered that your vacation recruits will eventually become future graduates and possibly even talented and loyal employees?
In 2014, Australia dropped in the ranks from 17th to 20th position against other OECD countries, on female economic empowerment. It is widely recognised that representation of women and culturally diverse leaders in Australia is lagging behind many countries of the world.
We are all talking about workplace diversity but not a lot is being done about it. This much is evident in the facts, and specifically PwC’s recent research that showed Australia has stagnated in 2015.
The past few years have seen rapid changes in sales techniques and selling strategies. The mercurial evolution of new technologies, shifting buyer behaviours and increasing globalisation of markets means that business-as-usual is anything but usual!
As the largest demographic of our society ages, the demand for aged care services grows rapidly. In fact, so rapidly that aged care recruitment is experiencing significant and critical challenges in keeping up with demand.