At Monash, changing the status quo is in our DNA. Finding a better way to do things is the way we go about it. So when we looked at how universities support graduates into their…
Graduates of Australian universities are starting to enter the workplace bright-eyed and ready to take on the world – but employers are a bit more hesitant. While there’s good reason for this hesitation, there are several more benefits to hiring a recent grad that must be considered as well.
Has your graduate-level job ad received a lot of applications from international students, freshly graduated from an Australian uni? Despite the common perception that sponsorship is required, hiring an international student is actually as easy as for a local graduate, thanks to the 485 visa.
You need experience to get experience, so how do employers expect those looking for entry level jobs to have this prerequisite? Uni grads are often faced with this issue when going to apply for their first real job out of school. Fortunately, we can help you get around that catch-22 and show you what they want to see.
The right recent graduates have a lot to offer Australian employers – that said, how do you know which ones are truly ’employable’ once they graduate? Wading through CVs and scheduling interview after interview can be time-consuming and doesn’t always pay out in the end. Here’s how you can find the best employees.
Bringing a new graduate onboard is key to their long term satisfaction in their new role. For many of them, experience with full time work is limited. As such, the approach you should take is a little different. Here are two tips to keep in mind when onboarding a new graduate.
A social media presence is something that many SMEs have failed to invest in. But having one brings proven results, particularly when it comes to attracting talented young graduates. Here’s why you should invest in a social media presence.
Sometimes, within minutes of talking to a candidate, you get a feeling that they would be perfect for the job. These initial sentiments, however, could be leading you astray. What does the science say about trusting your first impressions of a job candidate?
When it comes to recruiting the best and the brightest graduates, it can seem like smaller businesses have no chance at competing with larger ones. But when SMEs know how to leverage their strengths, they can grab valuable candidates’ attention like any other business. here’s how.
An organisation’s reputation as an employer is one of the most crucial things to help them attract and keep new talent. But how do you know what your reputation and ’employer brand’ really is? Online review sites like Glassdoor can help you find this out.