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Interview checklist

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This is a checklist to make sure you stay focused before, during and after the interview. Creating a cheat sheet will help you feel more prepared and confident. You shouldn't memorise what's on the sheet or check it off during the interview. You should use your cheat sheet to remind you of key facts. Below are some suggestions for what you should include on it.

The Boomerang Effect

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Technology is ever evolving. It consistently sees new and emerging trends in strategy, methodology and architecture. In such a rapidly changing industry, there arises a need for increased production and creation which, in turn, leads to the need for new talent. The question then is how to source this new need for employees.

10 tips for creating anaward winning company culture

TRC Group has recently been recognised as an ABA100 winner for Employer of Choice in the Australian Business Awards. In 2013 we were announced as the 12th best place to work in Australia by BRW Best Places to Work and in 2012 they named us as the 10th best place to work in Australia. I’m often asked about how we went about creating an award winning company culture within a lowly little recruitment company.

TRC awarded ABAEmployer of Choice 2014 Award

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TRC Group has been recognised as an ABA100 Winner for Employer of Choice in The Australia Business Awards 2014. TRC Group’s Managing Director Simon Moss said of the award “this is a major achievement for us. We’ve working hard to create a company unlike any other in our industry and this award lets us know we’re on the right track.”

Where are all the project?

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Mine is a national market which sees people moving from state to state at the mercy of changing market conditions. With the much documented decline of the resources boom, many HSE contractors have struggled to secure consistent contracts. I'm often asked by contractors, "where are all the projects?" Here are my observations.

Using Performance ManagementFor Good not Evil

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Performance management has had a bad rap. But it needn't be used purely as a method of exiting poor performers. Performance management can be a powerful force for good if used right