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RESPECT – it’s why we’re still a growing company after 40 years.

I genuinely believe that one of the main reasons Australia Wide is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year is our culture which revolves around respect – respect in our dealings with our colleagues, candidates & clients. I can’t hand on heart say we’ve got this right every time however I can say that it’s definitely something we continually aspire to.

Respect is so important to our culture that we have a Respect Policy – essentially treating your colleagues, candidates & clients the way you’d like to be treated. And each quarter we have a Respect Award where our employees vote for the staff member who has best lived by our Respect Policy. That staff member then nominates a charity of their choice to receive a $500 donation.

I hope that the many thousands of colleagues, candidates & clients we’ve had the honour of dealing with over the years have had an experience with Australia Wide which they’d consider to be respectful.


Stephen Noble
Managing Director
The Australia Wide Personnel Group  

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Temp & Perm Office Recruitment – Market Commentary April 2016

Moving into the second quarter of 2016 has brought with it an escalation in temporary staffing requirements in both Melbourne and Sydney. Clients appear to be more tentative in offering a permanent role initially, taking a cautious approach to recruitment, although conversion from temp to perm is ​happening regularly. Clients appear to be less sure of their long term requirements and hence the ​pre​dominance ​of​ temporary assignments across the ​office ​staffing sector. Continue reading →

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25 little ways to get closer to your dream job this week

Author Adrian Granzella Larssen from Mashable

Changing careers is a big, scary feat.

Scratch that. A huge, terrifying feat. When your dream job has pretty much nothing to do with what you’ve been working toward your entire career — bridging that gap can feel overwhelming.  Continue reading →

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45 free online classes you can take (and finish) by the end of this year

Author Kate Moon from Mashable

No matter where you’re at in your career, learning something new can only help you. Looking for a new job? A unique skill could easily set you apart from the hundreds of other applicants. Worked in the same position for a long time? Expertise in a new field could be the factor that gets you the promotion. And, even if you’re a senior-level manager who’s totally content, getting experience in an unfamiliar area shows your team how much you value growing your skill set. Continue reading →

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How self-publishing on LinkedIn can elevate your professional profile

Author Jerome Ternynck from Mashable

It’s no secret that social media and online profiles have changed the rules of the job search game in more ways than one. Continue reading →

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Résumé Rules: Dos and Don’ts for Success

from Resume Monster

One of the biggest challenges for most administrative professionals searching for a job is creating a compelling résumé. It doesn’t help that the rules for crafting this document change frequently. (e.g., Should you keep your résumé to one page?  Is it wise to include your hobbies?) Continue reading →

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How to Tell Your Story in Job Interviews

by Alan Carniol,from Mashable

7th January 2013

Imagine sitting in a job interview. You’re already nervous. You know you have something to contribute. You really admire the company. However, when the interviewer asks you to tell them about yourself, you buckle. You realize telling your story in person is quite difficult. You stumble or forget the most important pieces of your personal story, potentially damaging your interview experience. Now what? Continue reading →

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