Employer secrets

I was so excited when Carla decided to have a chat with us about all things employer related. It is very rare that an employer would want to speak about what they look for when recruiting candidates. Let alone spill some of their secrets on what they look for in prospective candidates. Carla is just

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Employing Contractors vs Employees

It’s time for a change. Recently I caught up with an association regarding the shift from “contractor” type employment to the correct form of employment structure. We started to dig deeper unveiling that employing practitioners/therapists under “contractor” type of arrangements are incorrect. Below are my findings: The practice of employing staff as contractors or %

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When To Leave a Job Interview

Have you ever felt like leaving half-way through a job interview, cringing at the interview questions, wanting to run to the door and knowing full well that you could not work there? Well, you are not alone. This is what is called an ill-prepared recruitment strategy and the employer has not thought thoroughly about the

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Job ad legal requirements

It pays to know the job ad legal requirements. Misleading jobs cause job seekers a great deal of hardship and difficulty. Did you know misleading job ads carry heavy penalties under the Australian Consumer Law (ACL)? Penalties ranging up to $1.1 million for the most serious breaches. Don’t get caught out! Here are some examples

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