Many things contribute to workplace productivity, one of them being the ergonomics in your office. There are certain provisions that need to be taken when joining a new work environment. These relate to how your equipment and IT peripherals are set out in front of you. To ensure an optimal work space, some things to pay close attention to include.
All of the famous heroes have a mentor: Luke Skywalker and Yoda, Harry Potter and Dumbledore, and Batman and Alfred. When embarking upon your professional career, a mentor has just as much value, if not more!
A recent article in The Age stated that, “Formal qualifications are valuable, but do not cover a lot of informal skills and attributes of value to employers”. So, does just having formal skills cut it for what an employer looks for?
There are many advantages to completing an internship or Work Integrated Learning (WIL) placement. While for many the thought of interning for no monetary reward seems ridiculous, the benefits are more often than not, invaluable!
Many international students have spent a good couple of years in Australia studying, making friends and enjoying their student life abroad. However there are many students who struggle to build relationships outside their nationality. There are a couple of reasons why this happens and some tips so you can follow to improve cultural awareness.
Did you know that, on average, LinkedIn members with certifications highlighted on their profiles receive 6x more views? Whether you are actively job seeking or just keeping your ear to the ground for future possibilities, keeping your LinkedIn profile in top shape ensures you are well-placed to take advantage of opportunities in a competitive job market.
Common networking positions, what experience graduates should gain and top tips for networking graduates. Sluv Yerusalimsky, Director/Co-Founder at Ace InfoTech, offers his advice to IT graduates looking to start a career in the field of Networking.