FILM REVIEW: Three Summers
Words by Benjamin Polazzon “What about me?” Eat the rich has become an increasingly popular phrase as wealth disparities were laid bare […]
Jobmaker Unpacked: What’s in the 2020-2021 Budget for young people?
The Australian Government handed down it’s 2020-21 Federal Budget last week with a plan to get young people working. While there were […]
New website identifies businesses using modern slavery
Modern slavery is one of the biggest forms of exploitation on the planet today, but the average Australian resident knows little about […]
JOB BLOG // Dissecting Job Titles
Ever hopped on Seek, Googled a bunch of jobs and thought “I’d be perfect at that!!” only to find the requirements are […]
JOB BLOG // Keeping A Record Of Your Work
If you’re volunteering at SYN, it’s likely you have a HUGE amount of work: great stuff, good stuff and stuff you’d rather […]
JOB BLOG // Cover Letter
When applying for jobs you’ll be expected to write a cover letter to submit with your application. Cover letters are straightforward in […]
JOB BLOG // Key Selection Criteria
If you’re applying for jobs, eventually you’ll be asked to respond to Key Selection Criteria (KSC). Key Selection Criteria are literally just that: […]
Ever struggled to get work, despite seeming to do everything right? Pathways discusses what people are doing for work, how people are getting work and what you can do to improve your chances of getting employed.
42 – Employment – 16/10/2014
Covering everything from cover letters to signing contracts, Michael, Emily and Laura take you step-by-step through the job hunting process. Image credit.
Beyond the headline: Youth workers respond to Mary’s Group
Mary’s Group owners defended comments made in their podcast The Fat, calling some youth hospitality workers “self-entitled, little f-s”. Their discussion was […]