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How to resign from your Allied Health position like a pro - Article Image

How to resign from your Allied Health position like a pro

Tuesday, May 25, 2021

The Allied Health industry in Australia is small – it’s crucial to be professional when you change jobs so you can save yourself stress AND keep your reputation. Here’s how to resign properly.

Didn't get that job you really wanted?  - Article Image

Didn't get that job you really wanted?

POSTED BY FARAH RIZVI-HAMMOND

Friday, September 25, 2020

Had your heart set on a role and didn’t get it? You can: Do nothing | Review your interview feedback and take action. Your choice.

Graduate Series: Part 2: Check these out before signing on the dotted line! - Article Image

Graduate Series: Part 2: Check these out before signing on the dotted line!

POSTED BY FARAH RIZVI-HAMMOND

Friday, August 14, 2020

Demystifying Employment Contracts for Grads: Are you a Graduate job-seeker who has landed their first “real job”? We highly recommend reading your contract and Company policies and procedures and getting appropriate advice (legal, accounting) on your Employment Contract.

Employers: Verify | Verify | Verify - Article Image

Employers: Verify | Verify | Verify

POSTED BY FARAH RIZVI-HAMMOND

Friday, August 7, 2020

Are you an Employer hiring an Allied Health professional? It’s tricky to know the checks and balances to undertake to ensure you hire an appropriate candidate. We recommend you perform the following checks relevant to your organization and role before proceeding to an offer.

Graduate Series: Part 1: OT Grads - Are you Job-seeking? - Article Image

Graduate Series: Part 1: OT Grads - Are you Job-seeking?

Friday, July 17, 2020

Are you a soon to be Grad OT | Exploring work prospects but not sure what they are | We've spoken to thousands of Grads since 2003 | Here's what they want to know | Read on for a selection of OT Grad Job options available to you | All the best!

Job-seeking Decision-makers: - Article Image

Job-seeking Decision-makers:

Friday, November 10, 2017

What is important to you in a new job? We tend to ask all our candidates this question when they start the job-seeking process because one or more of those needs are not being met by the current employer.

Got the Job offer but decided not to take it?  - Article Image

Got the Job offer but decided not to take it?

Friday, November 3, 2017

Got the Job offer but decided not to take it? How to say “TBNT” (Thanks but no thanks) and keep the door open for when you’re next job-seeking.

Employer options in the case of Double Representation - Article Image

Employer options in the case of Double Representation

POSTED BY FARAH RIZVI-HAMMOND

Thursday, September 21, 2017

What do you do as an employer if two agencies send you the same candidate? There can be candidate ownership issues, fee payment issues, “I sent you the CV first issues” – so many issues! In the below scenario, one recruitment agency (Dodgy Agency) has not spoken to — or revealed the employer name to — the candidate. The other agency (MediJobs) has qualified the candidate for the role and only then sends them to you.