The war for talent rages on with, according to the latest Australian Bureau of Statistics release 470,900 job vacancies in Australia, which is a staggering 85% increase since November 2020. A recent LinkedIn survey estimates that the average time to hire has also climbed to 40 days in this candidate driven market. In response, many employers are now turning their attention to their employee value proposition (EVP) to help differentiate their brand, reduce time to hire, decrease attrition and increase engagement.Continue reading “Employee Value Propositions evolve to reduce time to hire and attrition”
Controlling where and when you work is a key priority for the large majority of workers, our survey sent to more than 12,000 employees in Australia found.
In a year where organisations are struggling to find and hold on to high quality talent due to skill shortages, three out of four employees say they would leave their current role for a role that offers them more flexibility.Continue reading “Three out of four employees would leave their role for more flexibility”
As most of you will know, I recently completed the Shitbox Rally from Wollongong to Mackay. I heard about the rally quite a few years ago and had been thinking about doing it for a while. Things became a lot more serious when Jon Gill, who I share office space with, had a co-pilot drop out and was looking for a partner.Continue reading “The Shitbox Rally: a quick recap”