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Blue Collar Hr advisor
This organisation is a dominant player in the construction industry,
located in Melbourne’s South Eastern Suburbs. It is seeking an HR Advisor
to join for a minimum of six months with the potential for permanency.
Reporting to the HR Manager, you’ll be providing generalist HR advice
across the business, assisting with the review and development of
policies and procedures and with the review of training and development.
You’ll also help the recruitment team with recruitment and onboarding
activities and advise and coach on performance management.
You’ll have an experienced HR generalist background with strong
analytical skills. A solid background in large, fast-paced blue collar
environments with exposure
to change is required. You’ll be
rewarded with an opportunity to
work with a multinational, market
leading construction organisation on
exciting key projects.
Contact laura Horton at
or 03 9604 9565.
Hr Business partner
This hospitality/retail organisation is seeking an HR Business Partner
to join the organisation on a permanent basis. The role is based in the
Western Suburbs and can offer flexible working hours.
You’ll be an operational HR generalist who thrives when working in a fast
paced environment. As a key member of the HR team you’ll be highly
experienced in leading performance management and development
processes, running senior and volume recruitment and be a naturally
strong relationship builder. As the main point of contact in HR you’ll be a
highly adaptable individual who is viewed as approachable by the most
junior staff through to the executive team.
This role presents as an outstanding
opportunity for a junior-mid level
business partner to continue
to develop their career within a
fantastic team environment and with
a great mentor.
Contact Julian Hopper at
or 02 8226 9695.
ABOUT GRAEME COWAN
Graeme Cowan is a
speaker and author who
shows leaders how to
build their resilience,
mood, and engagement by
being their true self.
Data is awash in organisations and making sense of
its implications is one of our greatest challenges. But
what about the data that is most relevant to your
success and futu re career – how do we monitor what
is most important?
An Indian proverb states that: “Relaxation is who I
am. Tension is who I think I should be.”
Harvard Business Review research tells us that
people with a positive mood are 31 per cent more
productive, 37 per cent more influential and 300 per
cent more creative. To get there in the right frame of
mind, you need to consider three things: purpose,
energisers and positive strengths. Purpose will help
you learn about how you approach problems and
what motivates you to work hard toward goals.
Next, find what boosts your energy levels. Is it
exercise? Time with family and friends? Finally,
think of five of your top strengths and how you can
use and develop those on a daily basis.
The lesson seems to be that if we can master our
mood, we master our life.
So take a look in the mirror. What do you do if you
discover the spark has gone from your eyes? Ask
yourself three questions: Do I like myself? Do I like
can’t give a strong ‘yes’ to each of those questions,
it is time to ask why. We are at our best when we
live true to our purpose, values, strengths and the
things that give us energy.
Career tip of
Your most critical career
BY GRAEME COWAN
Do you have an invaluable career tip to share?
BACHELOR OF ARTS,
HLB MANN JUDD AND
HUMAN RESOURCES, THE
MANAGER, TOYOTA MOTOR
STRATEGIES, AUTHOR OF
SIDEWAYS TO THE TOP
I took the leap of
faith and established my
own consulting business.
Becoming confident in
promoting my capabilities,
acquiring business development
skills and delivering exceptional
outcomes were the essential
ingredients I needed to sur vive
and thrive in the world of
Union was my
first C-suite role and
a foray into the tough
and sometimes brutal
world of politics. It was not
enough just to be good at
my job. I had to learn how
to operate ethically to
increase my influence
and drive change in
author. I wanted to
explore how women
leaders got to the top
and to share insights to
help other women achieve
success in their careers.
My next book, Career
Interrupted, will be
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