5 game-changing tips for happy healthcare workers
Frontline Recruitment Group Blog
by ichiong@frgteam.com
1d ago
We understand that the well-being of health workers is crucial for a thriving healthcare environment. But what exactly brings joy to our nurses, doctors, support staff, and everyone in between? As expert health recruiters, we’ve delved into this question. Based on our latest research in the Feel Good Recruitment Insights report, these are the five key factors we need to focus on to enhance the happiness and well-being of our health workers: 1. Keep the workload manageable Overworked and overstressed? No, thank you! Setting realistic goals and manageable workloads will help prevent burnout and ..read more
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Understanding and Utilising the Feel Good Recruitment Insights Report
Frontline Recruitment Group Blog
by ichiong@frgteam.com
3w ago
Exciting news! Our 2024 Feel Good Recruitment Insights Report is officially live and ready for download. This comprehensive 40+ report is your ultimate key to building and finding a workplace where you and your employees can thrive. To help you maximise this valuable resource, here are our top tips to get you started. But first, start the Feel Good process by following these steps: Download your FREE copy of the Feel Good Recruitment Insights Report. Watch the recording of our live webinar (trust us, there are some golden nuggets you won’t want to miss!) Read our utilisation tips below. Reac ..read more
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Case Study: How we worked within a budget to find the perfect candidate
Frontline Recruitment Group Blog
by ichiong@frgteam.com
3w ago
At Frontline, we pride ourselves on delivering prompt, professional, personalised and cost-effective services to our clients. Kathryn Hay from our Sydney Retail Recruitment office, recently worked with a client who was struggling to attract the right candidates for a crucial position. The role required a unique set of skills and the company had a limited budget to work with. They needed a recruitment partner who could understand their needs and deliver results quickly. Initial Contact and Needs Assessment The initial contact was shared with Kathryn by the Frontline Executive Retail team, who ..read more
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Top 5 Relocation Incentives to Attract Talent
Frontline Recruitment Group Blog
by ichiong@frgteam.com
3w ago
With talent shortages affecting a lot of companies recently, attracting quality talent often requires thinking outside the box or, in this case, your usual search radius. Fortunately, workers are increasingly open to relocating for the ‘perfect’ job. However, it’s your job as employers to motivate these potential candidates to move for your role by catering to their needs. Here’s how… The candidate’s perspective on relocation: From a candidate’s perspective, relocation often involves significant financial costs, social disruption potentially moving away from family and friends, and potential ..read more
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Recruitment Strategies for the End of Financial Year and New Financial Year
Frontline Recruitment Group Blog
by ichiong@frgteam.com
1M ago
End of financial year (EOFY) is on the way in Australia, while New Zealand just started their New Financial Year. We want to make sure you’re prepared with the right talent and strategies in place to reach your 2024/2025 financial year objectives. So here are our expert tips for recruiting for the EOFY and NY in Australia and New Zealand. Three Tips to Recruiting for the Australian End Of Financial Year Assess Your Current Staffing Needs: Take stock of your current workforce and identify any gaps or areas where additional talent may be needed. Consider any growth initiatives, upcoming projec ..read more
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How to help your Gen Z employees feel their best self at work
Frontline Recruitment Group Blog
by ichiong@frgteam.com
1M ago
There’s a refreshing workplace trend emerging. Our Gen Z employees (born from 1995 – 2009) are leaning back into face-to-face relationships at work. Our recent research into workplace sentiment confirms this shift, revealing that 22% of Gen Z workers value strong relationships with colleagues. So these connections aren’t just nice to have; they’re essential for helping Gen Z feel their best selves at work. The importance of face-to-face relationships Growing up in the years dominated by social media and virtual communication, this generation is craving change. Face-to-face relationships in th ..read more
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Case Study: How Frontline’s network helped Nweke secure a physiotherapist role in New Zealand
Frontline Recruitment Group Blog
by ichiong@frgteam.com
1M ago
After Nweke, a physiotherapist from Nigeria, submitted his job application via SEEK, Carmeila Dudding, one of our experienced recruiters from Frontline Wellington Health, initiated the process to help him find a job in New Zealand. But, finding a role in New Zealand as an international physiotherapist is challenging due to the high volume of applicants. For Nweke, based in Nigeria, the time difference added another layer of complexity. Here’s how Nweke secured a job through Cam’s connections and personalised service. How Cam provided personalised support throughout the job search process: Th ..read more
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What is the unemployment rate and how does it impact employers and job seekers?
Frontline Recruitment Group Blog
by ichiong@frgteam.com
3M ago
What is the unemployment rate? The unemployment rate basically means the percentage of people who are currently without a job but are actively seeking one. It is a valuable indicator of a nation’s economic stability and the health of the job market, letting us know whether there are enough job opportunities available to absorb most of the people looking for work. Countries with low unemployment rates are generally seen as having a strong economy. As increased employment often translates to a higher household income, meaning people can provide for their families and will likely have more money ..read more
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The true cost of hiring in house and the benefits of a recruitment agency
Frontline Recruitment Group Blog
by ichiong@frgteam.com
3M ago
Anyone can write a job ad. Anyone can recruit a new employee. But not everyone has the experience, or resources to do it well, quickly and cost effectively. Studies show the actual cost to replace an employee can be as high as 1.5 times their annual salary, depending on a variety of factors.  When the average Australian salary sits at $98,000 AUD, a replacement can be up to $147,000 AUD plus! Similar story for our New Zealanders, where the average salary sits at $97,300 NZD, that’s $145,950 NZD plus! It’s easy to see how quickly it can add up! But why is it so expensive? Let’s breakdown ..read more
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Case Study: Bridging hospitality talent gaps in Regional Victoria
Frontline Recruitment Group Blog
by ichiong@frgteam.com
3M ago
Sourcing candidates to fill vacant positions, especially in remote areas with limited local talent, presents a formidable challenge for venues seeking the perfect fit for their roles. But when conventional hiring strategies fall short, the expertise and extensive networks of specialist recruitment agencies become invaluable assets. It was Rodd Pearce, Agency Manager of Frontline Hospitality ACT & SNSW, who leaned on Frontline’s extensive database of qualified candidates to source a General Manager and Venue Manager for a hospitality venue in remote Victoria. Understanding the Client’s Bus ..read more
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