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.

How to stand out in a competitive market

How to stand out in a competitive market

Three ways to get employers' attention in a competitive job market.

Job openings in cybersecurity expected to skyrocket in 2017

Job openings in cybersecurity expected to skyrocket in 2017

If you are thinking about switching career paths in 2017, then you might want to have a look at the burgeoning cybersecurity market, where demand for skilled professionals far exceeds supply. Here we outline the strong growth in job opportunities and the most sought-after skills.

Want the best from contractors? Include them in the onboarding process

Want the best from contractors? Include them in the onboarding process

While a comprehensive onboarding program is the norm for many full time positions, few organisations extend this induction process to their temporary or contingent workforce. Not integrating contractors into operations and company culture can cause unnecessary delays and, in some cases, compromise the overall success of a project’s execution.

The talent revolution in advertising

The talent revolution in advertising

While advertising wouldn’t traditionally be considered a digital industry, digital expertise and activity are becoming almost as important as creativity. This is creating a surge in demand for talent with the right skillset from the junior level on up to the C suite.

90 day trial period: Don't freak out!

90 day trial period: Don't freak out!

In early 2009 the National government of New Zealand added an amendment to the law that enables employers to add a trial period into employment agreements of up to 90 days. In this blog, we discuss why you don’t need to freak out about the 90 day trial period and provide tactics to make it a positive experience, including taking time to reflect on your achievements, celebrate the things that have gone well and identify any areas for improvement.