A good way to earn some extra cash over the Christmas holidays is to pick up a job as a Christmas casual. We’re not just talking about dressing up as Santa or a Christmas Elf, although those roles are out there if you want them. We’re talking about a short-term temporary job that lasts just for the holiday season. Don’t worry that you’re too old, too young, too skilled, or not skilled enough. There are jobs out there for people of various ages and skillsets.
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With the COVID-19 pandemic still shifting the way we work, the eventual return to the office will see employers realise the importance of safe and comfortable work environments.
Setting goals helps trigger new behaviours, helps guides your focus and helps you sustain that momentum in life. Goals also help align your focus and promote a sense of self-mastery. In the end, you can’t manage what you don’t measure and you can’t improve upon something that you don’t properly manage.
If you’ve never lodged a tax return before it can be a bit daunting. The good news is for a first-timer the process is fairly straightforward unless you’re hiding a stack of investment bonds or rental properties in your back pocket.
These days, some job titles sound like things only heard in 90's sci-fi movies. Unfortunately being a 'Risk Specialist' doesn't mean you'll be dancing to Old Town Rock n Roll like Tom Cruise, but there are plenty of interesting things in this profession.
With many workplaces reopening their doors since the easing of coronavirus restrictions, this has the potential to be a stressful time for you. Going back to work may trigger existing or unknown anxieties.
There’s no shame in admitting that anxiety can sometimes get the better of you. You’re not alone! Whether it’s during, or in the run up to, a stressful job interview. Or those first few days and weeks in a new job when everything feels new, unfamiliar and a little bit daunting. Anxiety can easily creep in. Fortunately, there are a number of really simple and effective tips and techniques everyone can try to help keep anxiety at bay.
When you’re starting a new role – from a promotion in your current company to a new job entirely – the salary negotiation can easily become an awkward conversation. Knowing how to negotiate your salary with a few key strategies, can ensure the process goes smoothly and you achieve the best possible result for yourself.
Searching for an exciting, hands-on career pathway that opens doors to a wide range of opportunities? The electrotechnology industry could be the right fit for you!
It’s fair to say that quitting a job isn’t exactly an enjoyable experience unless of course you really hate your job. While it may be a tough conversation to have, it is definitely something that workers should feel comfortable doing without the complication of resentment from your employer or co-workers. After all, the essence is to work your way up the ladder and gain new skills.
Fresh Jobs has teamed up with MyBudget to bring you the best money tips there are! Stay tuned for more advice to come but for now, here is what the legends at the Adelaide based budget company are all about!
Disability support workers have the opportunity, skills, empathy, and capacity to make a huge difference in people’s lives every day. This works really well when employee engagement is front and centre to how the provider operates.
Diversity means celebrating individual differences and recognising the value of people’s unique knowledge, skill and experience.
However cliche and unimportant it may seem, working a sedentary job can cause major health differences in your body if it isn't taken care of. Here are some tips straight from medical professionals on how to minimise your risk.
When you finally get that job you’ve been working toward for ages the excitement can be overwhelming. You lose some intuition and tend to sign just anything that comes your way. Here is a reminder of what rights YOU have as a worker. Because you don’t want to be stuck in a situation that you think is normal but is actually not acceptable at ALL.