Knowing Your Worth

Knowing Your Worth

New to contracting or considering the change? No doubt you’ve asked yourself one very important question: how much can I earn? How much you earn is determined by how much clients are willing to pay for your services. In other words, how much are you worth in the market? Unfortunately there’s no simple formula to follow but here are a few things to consider when setting your rates..

Three Things to Make a Daily Rate Work for You

Three Things to Make a Daily Rate Work for You

We have noticed of late that more and more employers are offering daily rate contracts rather than hourly rates, in an attempt to achieve consistency of spend and better cost control.

Starting a contract engagement on the right foot

Starting a contract engagement on the right foot

You’ve identified a resourcing need and decided getting a contractor in is your best option.

Essential advice for a first time contractor

Essential advice for a first time contractor

4 ways to make your first contracting assignment a success.

How to job hunt when you can’t yet leave your current contract assignment

How to job hunt when you can’t yet leave your current contract assignment

Your job search may be taking a back-seat until you can start applying, but here are three ways to be proactive now which will help you to land a new role much faster when the time is right.

Let's get the party started - Participation is key to culture

Let's get the party started - Participation is key to culture

When you’re the new guy, how quickly do you get involved in culture? Everyone wants to make a good first impression and we tend to have the “head down, bum up” mentality, particularly in that first 90 days. But if we stand back, are we missing a trick?