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More and more students and graduates are using LinkedIn regularly; they are able to connect with a wide variety of professionals to develop their network and support their future career. If you are keen to join these forward thinking graduates in using LinkedIn as a method for connecting with new contacts, read the tips below for correct etiquette.
 

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Relationship building may seem natural for some, but for a lot of people, it isn’t easy to do. It is important to build relationships with your colleagues to help you gain greater satisfaction at work. Learn 3 easy and effective ways to build relationships with colleagues.  

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Recruitment Consultants provide a vital link between clients and candidates. They work closely with client companies to build relationships and gain a better understanding of their recruitment needs and requirements. Here are 5 tips on how to build strong relationships and work effectively with your Recruitment Consultant.

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When you graduate, you have all the theoretical knowledge but may lack practical skills that are gathered through experience. Why not give yourself a head start and read these books by business leaders who have gotten where they are today through trial and error? Learn from them and you may be able to apply some of your new knowledge throughout your internship or first job.

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More than just simply showing up with a smile on your face and completing your daily allocated tasks, an internship is an excellent opportunity to learn new skills, meet new people and develop yourself professionally in a ‘real’ work environment. Your internship is one of the best avenues to practise professional work habits. Here are 9 valuable habits to develop during your internship.

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Finding a permanent role straight out of University is difficult and one that is permanent is even more difficult. Undertaking a Work Integrated Learning Program could be a way to get your foot in the door and go from intern to perm.

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Trying to find a graduate job can be a frustrating cycle. It feels like every role you apply for goes to someone with ‘more experience’. Completing an internship gives you the link. The work you complete during an internship provides you with examples of how you are able to apply what you’ve learnt at University to come up with business solutions.

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According to the Seek Australian Employee Satisfaction and Motivation Survey 4 out of 10 are not happy in their jobs! Find out how to keep your employees happy, engaged and motivated to ensure employer loyalty.

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So after months of resume preparation and interviewing, you’ve now secured your dream internship. However, a number of people fail to complete their 12 week internship due to a number of workplace faux pas. Make sure your dream job doesn’t become a nightmare by following these simple steps to ensure that, you will not only pass your probation, but you will also be regarded by your manager and peers as a valued and respected member of your team.
 

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Are you about to start your first job or internship following your graduation? This is the start of your career and an amazing opportunity to build relationships. Strong relationships can be beneficial for your career in both the short and long term. Learn how four tips can help to build relationships that will help you develop your career.

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