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Mentoring in the workplace: benefits for career development
Today we have a guest post by Leah Shmerling from Crown Coaching about the importance of the mentor-mentee relationship. WhoRead more.
Dealing with rejection: How to bounce back when you don’t get a job
One of the most daunting prospects for university graduates is interviewing for that first job. The process is an intenseRead more.
Students cop the rough end of the stick – but there is a silver lining for some
Much has been made of the decision by the Fair Work Commission to slash penalty rates for casual and part-timeRead more.
School Career Practitioners Need More Time to Assist Students Make Well-Informed Decisions
There are set to be almost 800,000 school graduates in the next three years, and equipping them to make well-informedRead more.