I think we have all been noticing we are a little more rushed, certainly grumpier and definitely less attentive. How it can be though, that we now find ourselves saying ‘Gone are the days of good manners’?? I remember a time when people would CALL you two...

Undoubtedly the employment space has changed dramatically over the past few years. How we recruit, what we are looking for in staff, ‘buzz words’, characteristics and company culture are a few of the key areas impacted. The job seekers space is also evolving. What they are looking for,...

You’ve applied for a job with a recruiter…. They have called you to come in for an interview. Congratulations! This is a huge first step in the direction of getting your dream job. It’s extremely important to remember - a meeting with a recruiter to discuss...

Residential Property Management continues to be an area of extreme candidate shortage. We as recruiters are constantly faced with the task of how to tackle this shortage, find experienced PMs and retain them in businesses. The average life of a property manager at any one agency...

Three years into my recruitment career and I am still constantly surprised by candidates who fail to communicate clearly. I posted about year ago on entry level tips to help get your foot in the real estate door. I now feel the same applies to all candidates...

We all know that the real estate market has a high turnover – especially Property Management. There are plenty of offices out there that are constantly recruiting, “a revolving door”. This may be down to a number of different factors. The million dollar question is...

Pretty obvious right? Well… apparently not. If you have ever been the Receptionist (and plenty of us have), you know exactly what I’m talking about. I have been yelled at,  ignored, hung up on and had people speak down to me. Let’s make this clear - Your...

It should go without saying. No matter how bad your experience has been with a prior employer or workplace, when you are looking for employment, never speak badly or defamatorily about that company or their employees or directors. Don’t get me started on how often I...

Increasingly I find myself meeting/ speaking with candidates who are reluctant to engage with recruitment agencies because of the way they have been spoken to, or forced into roles in the past. I have recently spoken with candidates who have not MET these recruiters, not given...