Lorrin shares key takeaways from the recent event held by Madison and PACE (Professional Assistants for Chief Executives) on the gender pay gap.
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Reflecting on a quote from American Hustle, “My fee is non-refundable. Just like my time”, Luke discusses how time in modern society can easily be forgotten.
I found myself in a bizarre situation…I was standing in Auckland City, fully equipped with very different work attire than what I was used to.
Here are some tried and tested tips on CV writing, which I’ve acquired over my 15 years of experience as a recruiter.
Observing the landscape as we sit more than midway through 2016, it’s very safe to say that the finance and accounting market continues to flourish.
Our advice to candidates in this situation is to start small and look for a role that can get you a step closer to what you want.
Starting a new job is like a journey. There are highs, and some unexpected lows…
In this week’s episode, I share some of my most interesting career moments since starting in recruitment 7 years ago, including my most embarrassing!
Family plays a key role in my life, influencing who I am today. In this week’s episode, I share some insight into this, as well as my career pathway and some advice for the younger me. How I became a Recruitment Consultant: I started my career as a Customer Service Consultant in the Banking and…
With over forty years of Personal & Executive Assistant experience under her belt, Mignon White has seen it all. In this episode of the Real EAs of Wellington, Mignon takes us through her journey, from starting out on a typewriter to going through 2 company mergers. Tell us about your pathway to becoming an Executive…