3 Tips To Surviving Your First Performance Review
Sep15

3 Tips To Surviving Your First Performance Review

By Kathleen Connolly Performance review: sounds scary right? Someone sitting opposite you making judgements on every single thing you have done at work and telling you what they think about it. Well yes, that is exactly what performance reviews are about, but the truth is, your manager is already doing this. Every. Single. Day. The performance review is just a formal way to capture all the conversations you have (hopefully) had and a...

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Get Internship Ready
Sep13

Get Internship Ready

By Georgia O’Connor (Originally posted on N2N Communications’ blog) Last year as I stared down the gun of my final year at university, I decided I needed more experience (and more confidence) before I attempted my entry into the realm of full time work. So, to save you some time, and potentially your sanity, here are five tips to help you stand out as a PR intern and land your dream holiday gig. 1. Create content One of...

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Want To Be Recognised By Your Industry? Here’s How
Sep11

Want To Be Recognised By Your Industry? Here’s How

By Mia Casey After being bought by Microsoft at the end of last year, LinkedIn is seeing an increase in popularity amongst businesses. “That’s all well and good,” I hear you say (implicit eye-roll included), “but how is that helpful to me?” Well, as a university student who is (hopefully) looking to land an awesome job in your future, start your own business, or just be informed about the industry you’re in, this makes LinkedIn a very...

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Cycle of Career Development
Sep08

Cycle of Career Development

By Ryan Li A common scenario we all face, whether we are an entrepreneur, director, manager, or employee, is that after all the hard work we have done we finally manage to tackle the major challenges that we were facing with a great finish. What a sign of success! This feeling of success may just be a single “MOMENT” but when you get it, it means that it is time to pack up, and move on. Two decades back, there was a bestseller, ‘Who...

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Cringey (and Illegal) Interview Questions, and How to Get Past Them
Sep04

Cringey (and Illegal) Interview Questions, and How to Get Past Them

By Mia Casey (Note: read on to the end to learn about an awesome opportunity for students looking to kick-start their careers!) Interviews are tough enough already without the interviewer asking you super uncomfortable (and sometimes illegal) questions. I mean, it’s just a teensy bit intrusive to ask someone whether they plan to have children within the next few years, or if they were born in Australia. If you’re in the middle...

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