Mums who are planning to re-enter the workforce after taking time out to look after children face a dilemma explaining their employment gap – but don’t worry, there are ways around it.
These are exciting times here at Career FAQs! We’ve just launched our new website, re-designed to make it easier than ever to find course and career information. Take a tour through our new site and discover all the additional features and improvements.
What if you found that 70% of employees thought that having mates at work was the “most crucial element to a happy working life”? Or that good working relationships were more important than a higher salary? Check out the infographic for more.
Knowing when to apologise--and how to deliver an effective apology-is a vital, yet often underrated skill, skill for career success! Whether you've missed a deadline or offended a co-worker, check out our tips on how to say sorry and effectively apologise at work.
What is your body language saying about you at work? Could it be holding you back? Here are a few moves that can give the wrong professional vibe and what to do instead. We've included specific body language tips to help you rock the interview too!
Your degree or technical experience is only part of the puzzle in building a stellar career. Soft skills are the intangible qualities that help you communicate and work with your colleagues, teammates and clients effectively. Here are 8 of the best soft skills for your career.
One toxic personality or underperformer can bring the whole team down. It's your job as a leader to deal with a bad employee quickly (and legally!) before things spiral out of control. Check out our tips for dealing with the trouble maker or poor performer in your team.
With Celebrity MasterChef set to hit our television screens next week, reality TV fans, foodies and ordinary Australians are eager to see how a politician, news anchor, beauty queen, journalist and fashion designer handle the heat in the kitchen.
All workers retrenched during the economic downturn will now be eligible for government-subsidised training, under an agreement that will be announced at today’s Council of Australian Governments (COAG) meeting in Darwin.