q&a: accessing the hidden job market, stay casual or go permanent, asking your boss for a reference + more


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You guys have had some great questions for us, thanks for sending them in! Em and Shell answer questions from the community, touching on:
👉🏾high school education on your resume… do you actually need it?
👉🏿what you can do if you're working out whether to stay or go
👉what you can do if you are feeling your title or role don’t match your responsibilities
👉🏻how to tap into the hidden job market through networking + relationships
👉🏼the benefits of permanent employment
👉🏽who should be your referee and how to have that tricky conversation if it’s your boss
👉🏾how to spot some red flags in an interview
👉talking to your boss about making adjustments because of a health condition

Here's where you can learn more about your award or agreement: https://www.fairwork.gov.au/awards-and-agreements

Looking for work? Take a listen to our chat on what to do if you're out of work or have reduced hours: https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode/626250

You can listen to the episode Good Boss, Bad Boss with Michelle Gibbings here: https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode/847026

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Thanks to Newcastle Permanent for supporting this episode. Learn more at: http://newcastlepermanent.com.au/

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