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Characteristics of High Performers…

Identifying candidates with serious attitude issues is not overly difficult however it can be a completely different ball park unmasking poor or inappropriate attitudes when the person is highly skilled – an interviewer can easily become beguiled especially when the skills they are seeking are in short supply! The Oxford Dictionary states that Attitude is […]

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Employee PERFORMANCE has 2 DIMENSIONS…

Skills Attitude When recruiting for the right person in the role you best be mindful of the people you DON’T WANT TO HIRE as well as searching out those high performers! The people you DON’T WANT TO HIRE generally fall into 2 groups; People with a great attitude but poor skills People with great skills […]

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Previous Temp – Elizabeth Killey

I am most grateful for the employment opportunities McCormack Employment gave me while I was studying and between jobs. Please pass on my kind regards to Cheryl, I am indebted to her for finding me such great jobs when I needed them.

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CEO – Revesby

Thank you for assigning Cheryl B to our office Christie, she has been a lovely addition to our team and the transition has been seamless. She really surprised me by how quickly she stepped into the role that was asked of her. She was very helpful and proactive and nothing was too much trouble. Thanks once […]

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Catholic Education Foundation

Thank you for your very kind donation to the Catholic Education Foundation Indigenous Bursary Program, it is greatly appreciated and we value your support of the Catholic Education Foundation.

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Marist Brothers Province of Australia

Thank you so much for the work you have done for me in the process of securing my placement with the Marist Brothers! Just wanting to let you know how much I appreciate your expertise and support in this process.

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Trinity Grammar

It has been exactly one year since I signed with Trinity Grammar School. Just wanted to say thank you, thank you, THANK YOU, for placing me at such a lovely workplace with such wonderful colleagues.

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When recruiting – ATTITUDE is a bigger issue than SKILLS

We all know about hiring people with the appropriate skills and experience to do a specific job so why then do many of these new recruits fall over in the first few months or even worse, remain in the job but cause havoc around them? Did the hiring manager also take into account the right […]

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The Top 5 Reasons Why New Recruits Fail….

Mark Murphy, CEO of Leadership IQ tracked 20,000 new recruits over a 3 year period and found the following main reasons why 45% failed in the first 18 months from their commencement date; 1. Coachability (26%) 2. Emotional Intelligence (23%) 3. Motivation (17%) 4. Temperament (15%) 5. Technical Competence (11%) Does your organisation ensure that […]

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The 3 biggest mistakes School’s sometimes make when recruiting support staff!

Do you find yourself bogged down with untold applications in your inbox and can’t find time to really understand who is who? It’s this dilemma that can lead to mistakes in the recruitment and selection process that can cause untold damage in the long run. Here are only 3 of a much longer list of […]

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