We all started the year with high hopes of what the new decade could mean for our jobs, careers and lives. But just three months in, many of us are scratching our heads and wondering not what big things we’ll achieve this year, but how on earth we’ll get through the next few months. And with imminent closures of borders, whole cities, and vast swathes of hospitality, leisure and tourism businesses, everyone has a right to be worried.Continue reading “Jobs you can do in a crisis”
These are certainly strange times we find ourselves in. Every day, more countries (and businesses) are shutting their doors. Whole industries are worried about their future, including anyone associated with travel, hospitality, and leisure. The virus is in almost every country on earth – and in almost everyone’s minds.Continue reading “Standing down employees or worse? Here’s how to look after your people”
This article is authored by Bridget Judd and is originally published by ABC.
The $66 billion package includes relief for retirees, and a “safety net” for workers already bearing the brunt of the crisis.
With no end in sight, it’s sure to be a welcome relief for those who’ve been calling for a lifeline.Continue reading “Here's what the Federal Government's second coronavirus stimulus package actually means for your wallet and Centrelink payments”
This article is authored by Lucy Quaggin and is originally published by 7NEWS. You can view the original article here.
Australian job seekers are set to have their payments temporarily doubled, as part of the government’s second stimulus package.Continue reading “Coronavirus Australia: How job seekers can access $1100 a fortnight”
This article is authored and submitted to us by Sally-Anne Blanshard, Corporate Tailored Learning Solutions Consultant at the Australian Institute of Management, part of the Career Money Life Supplier Community.
Looking for a new job is difficult, and the amount of effort you must put into a single job search is enough to make anyone frustrated.
For those who are employed, it can feel like a big task to put in this additional time and effort once you get home. And for those not working, it’s completely understandable to get fed up with focusing so intensely on a search that appears to return very little.Continue reading “Being Proactive to get Progress: How to Become a Job Seeking Pro”