31 Oct 2018

What considerations to take when dressing for a job interview

When walking into an interview, first impressions matter and only take a moment to form. What do you need to consider when choosing an outfit?

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12 Oct 2018

When and how to follow up after a job interview

Knowing when, how, and if you should follow up after an interview can be tricky. Here are some simple rules to help you make the best impression.

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4 Oct 2018

How to prepare for a phone interview

Phone interviews are a way for employers to thin the ranks of potential candidates before meeting them in person. How can you prepare to ensure you stand out?

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2 Oct 2018

The dreaded question: what's a good answer to "what are your weaknesses?"

Despite being one of the most common interview questions, people still dread being asked about their weaknesses. What is a good answer to give?

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27 Sep 2018

Why soft skills training should be a focus for your upskilling

Recent reports show that soft skills are still very much in demand. Which are the most important, and how can they benefit your business?

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20 Aug 2018

4 ways technology can help not-for-profits

Technology will make your not-for-profit organisation more efficient and more effective. These four tips will show you how to begin to harness the massive potential of digital technology in the not-for-profit sector.

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8 Aug 2018

Three essential skills for child social workers

There is more to getting a job than just a degree, having these three skills will help you land your dream child social worker role.

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2 Aug 2018

How to define your company culture

Companies are defined by their cultures and establishing a culture from scratch can be tough! With these four tips you can create a company culture that works for you and your employees.

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30 Jul 2018

Qualities to look for in the perfect not-for-profit candidate

With years of experience recruiting for not-for-profit organisations, KLC knows what it takes to find the perfect candidate. Here are a few indicators that will help determine who you want to take onboard.

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24 Jul 2018

4 unusual questions asked in interviews

When it comes to job interviews, there are certain common questions that are always asked. But what about the less common questions? Here are four

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18 Jul 2018

Making a difference in Melbourne’s Social Work space

The social work space in Melbourne is currently in the midst of some extremely positive changes. There has been a huge increase in funding, with the stated goal of eliminating family violence. Now there are more opportunities than ever for social workers to make a difference.

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14 Jul 2018

Why you should work with a smaller recruitment agency

When it comes time to look for a recruitment agency to help fill the next gap in your organisation, should you look to a corporate giant or a smaller boutique agency? Our director Chris Sacco would argue there are things you miss out on when you go for the former over the latter – here’s what she had to say.

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12 Jul 2018

What are recruiters looking for in online profiles?

With many of today's jobs being filled with candidates found by recruiters, it's important to know what they're looking for on online professional profiles.

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10 Jul 2018

How to be a stand-out candidate in your next job search

Great jobs attract great candidates. So if you want to compete, you're going to have to do something that makes you stand out. Here are four ways to do so.

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20 Jun 2018

How to boost retention with your onboarding practices

Employee retention efforts start as soon as they walk through the door – that means your onboarding efforts needs to be solid. Here’s how to make them so.

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18 May 2018

5 common interview questions (and why they’re asked)

There's no doubt that a job interview can be a stressful experience, especially if it's for a position you're really hoping to get.

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9 May 2018

The secret to writing a great cover letter

Writing a cover letter is no different to any other kind of writing. The goal is to communicate information to an audience. In the case of a cover letter, the information is your suitability for the job, and the audience is the organisation with the opening. But how, in such a small space, do you convey this?

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13 Apr 2018

Why we all need to think about our digital footprints

When you're looking for a new job, you always want to make a good impression on potential employers. You make sure your CV is free of errors, shine your shoes and put your best foot forward in all your dealings with them. But do you think enough about the record you've left of yourself on the internet – your digital footprint?

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