There is hardly anyone whose job has not been affected to some degree by COVID-19. For many of us, we are wondering what the future holds for our careers. One way to prepare for the other side of the pandemic is to ensure your resume is ready to go.
A career with the Australian Border Force offers more than you may think. Australia possesses one of the most significant and challenging border environments in the world, which means that no two days on the job are ever the same. So, how can you become a part of this leading organisation, doing a job that that really matters to Australia safety and security?
People are drawn to the ATO for varied reasons. Known internationally as a leading tax and superannuation administration they are recognised as committed and innovative. Furthermore, they engage with their clients and partners to deliver real outcomes. But what are the pathways to a career working with the ATO?
The rise of COVID-19 has significantly damaged the operation of various industries. But what does it mean for those of us working in the mining, construction, and healthcare sector?
Last time, we gave you some basic tips on how to work from home, either a permanent choice, or whether the current Coronavirus outbreak has meant you are temporarily relocated to your home. We have got some more practical tips to help you be productive, disciplines, and even enjoy the change!
As each day passes in the Coronavirus outbreak, we are all having to get used to new normals. On the surface, working from home for many office-based employees may seem a logical and doable solution. But working from home brings with it a unique set of issues that are worth thinking about before you leap in.
When an economy enters into a period of uncertainty, everyone is nervous, wondering what the downturn in business will bring. But it is not just global upsets like Coronavirus that that can cause change in the workplace. Modifications to management, technology and even company culture take place all the time.
The job market is so competitive now that some people are constantly looking over their shoulder to see who is after their position. This can lead to becoming paranoid about making the slightest error on your work. This mindset feeds into a self-confidence crash that can become crippling.
What can you say to a company who reviews your resume, calls you in for an hour-long interview, only to declare at the end they think your “overqualified” for the job and not a good fit for them? You know this company is hiring a lot of people. You would think they would love to hire someone with more experience. But they turned you down flat.
- Updating Your Resume During COVID-19 is an Essential Job May 18, 2020
- Improving Your Chances of Working With the Australian Border Force May 11, 2020
- How to Improve Your Chances of Working With the ATO May 4, 2020
- What is JobKeeper and How Can You Access it? April 27, 2020
- COVID-19 and What it Means to the Australian Workforce April 20, 2020
- How to Be Productive Working from Home – Part Two April 13, 2020
- How to Be Productive Working from Home – Part One April 6, 2020
- How to Embrace Change in the Workplace March 30, 2020
- Is Your Lack of Self-Confidence Holding You Back at Work? March 23, 2020
- How to Beat “Overqualified for the Job” Syndrome March 16, 2020
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