Should you take the job, or should you wait and see if something better comes along? Should you move house now, or maybe next year, when it could be more affordable? Should you spend your holidays in England, Australia, or Japan? Life is full of such conundrums, each of them requiring us to make decisions that will affect the things that are most important to us: our careers, our relationships, our finances, our creative pursuits, and more.
The ability to ‘rise above’ the other applicants is imperative when applying for any sort of job.
And as a prospective labour hire employee, it becomes even more important.
This is because when it comes to hiring new staff - employers are always looking for the ‘best of the best’.
Of course, responsibilities and requirements vary based on industry, position, and company size.
As the competition for work grows and the job market becomes even more competitive, staying ahead of the crowd is crucial. Therefore, in order to be successful, a candidate not only has to plan and prepare better than anyone else - but also refine their social skills.
Companies, especially startups, are known to introduce many innovative changes to business processes and even the work environment (in general). This includes the improvement of work-life balance among employees, putting a premium on talent and productivity over output quantity, engaging customers before introducing product changes, and so much more.
Smart employers know how important it is to hire the right person the first time. This is because recruiting and training new staff is both time-consuming and not cheap. With this in mind, here at RecruitWest we have prepared some helpful guidelines for assisting your new hires to ‘hit the ground running’. Of course, the first few weeks of a new hire’s contract are some of the most crucial.
RecruitWest, a leading supplier of recruitment solutions to the WA Mining, Engineering, Construction and Logistics sectors, is happy to announce it has partnered with Silver Lake Resources in resourcing their mine site personnel for the new Aldiss Mine, South East of Kalgoorlie.
Preparing for an interview does not have to be stressful. The key to success is preparation and presentation – with researching the relevant organisation at the top of the list. Today’s job market is highly competitive, especially in the labour hire area, so it is important for candidates to brush up on their skills - and to ensure they always put in their best effort before meeting potential employers.
Today’s job market is highly complex and always fluctuating - which means keeping up with current trends can be vital to the success of your organisation.
This article aims to ‘demystify’ some of the myths surrounding the job market and labour hire industry, thus making it easier and simpler to recruit the staff you need.
Labour hire agencies provide invaluable support for short or long-term vacancies in your operations or management team - from site administration through to the Senior Site Executive. Indeed, not many people realise the range of personnel that are available to fill all positions.
There are many different aspects to consider when choosing a labour hire company.
For example, you may need a company with specific industry expertise - which will ensure they have the capability to recruit for your specific industry. Another important factor is ease of operation - which is essential for a stress-free recruitment experience and satisfactory end result.