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Sean's 25-year career in the chemical industry has encompassed various roles across different sectors, displaying his versatility and breadth of knowledge. Furthermore, his current association with Options Consulting Group (OCG) has allowed him to excel in the field of business advisory consultancy, leveraging the power of human resources to drive sustainable growth.
It can be challenging for Australian SMEs to stay up to date of changing superannuation obligations that have been mandated by legislation. In recent years, there has been a significant increase in the compulsory superannuation contributions employers are required to make.
Contracting is a flexible employment arrangement that has become increasingly popular among small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Australia. By engaging contractors, businesses can access a wider pool of talent and specialized expertise without committing to permanent employment. In todays fluid workspace, a flexible workforce is key to business success.
If you’re actively seeking a new role or fresh career opportunity, think of your recruitment consultant as a career’s advisor and not a salesperson. In other words, be open, honest and communicative about your current status and level of interest in the role under discussion.
It’s a fact, the current talent shortage is hampering most industry sectors. A closer look reveals critical shortages are not just limited to production or hospitality, they also exist in office staff & support roles across sales and accounting positions.
The employment pendulum has shifted to a candidate driven market and we believe it is important for our candidates to understand that whilst it is enticing, accepting a counteroffer is not always the best choice.