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    “Hiring a temporary resource should never be a case of simply finding someone with a pulse to fill a chair and hoping for the best. Thankfully, most of us aren’t like that.”

    Ligier Caddy presents five things to look for when it comes to temporary recruitment to ensure it’s a positive and productive experience.

    When Temp is the Word

    Ligier Caddy on The Slade Report

    Temp. I often hear the word uttered in a mildly objectionable tone - and I get it, there's some horror stories out there... I've heard plenty about snaky recruiters slithering their way through busine... Read »

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    Geoff Slade, Chairman at Slade Group, shares what he’s learnt after half a century of launching, building and selling businesses.

    Fifty years of business wisdom distilled into seven truths

    Business View on National Australia Bank

    Back in 1967, aged 21, Geoff Slade began his first recruitment agency. A couple of decades later he received an offer for the company he couldn’t refuse and sold it, moving on to become HR Director ... Read »

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    The Board’s Role in Managing Cybersecurity Risks

    Ray A. Rothrock, James Kaplan, Friso Van der Oord on MIT Sloan Management Review

    Cybersecurity can no longer be the concern of just the IT department. Within organizations, it needs to be everyone’s business - including the board’s. Today, more than ever, the demands posed by ... Read »

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    Companies are realising how important talent management is to the future growth of their company. Henrik Brabrand, CEO TRANSEARCH International A/S, explains why hiring the right talent is crucial.

    Companies are failing with their in-house recruitment strategies

    Henrik Brabrand on LinkedIn

    Hiring the right talent is crucial for the success of your business, right? So, why are you not working to get the best in-house recruiters onboard? I know... You probably think I am just another grum... Read »

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    Geoff Slade, TRANSEARCH International Australia and Executive Chairman of Slade Group, shares his story and the insights he has developed over 50 years in business, in an industry he is proud to be a part of. Congratulations for everything you have achieved.

    Born in 1967, still growing up: Slade Group celebrates 50 years

    Geoff Slade on TRANSEARCH International Australia

    In the following article by Maggie Chen, which appeared in the Autumn 2017 edition of the Victorian Chamber of Commerce & Industry Business Excellence magazine, Slade Group Chairman Geoff Slade shares... Read »

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    In the following article by Maggie Chen, which appeared in the Autumn 2017 edition of the Victorian Chamber of Commerce & Industry Business Excellence magazine, Slade Group Chairman Geoff Slade shares his story and the insights he has developed over decades in business, in an industry he is proud to be a part of.

    Born in 1967, still growing up: Slade Group celebrates 50 years

    Maggie Chen on TRANSEARCH International Australia

    Geoff Slade began GW Slade & Associates 50 years ago, in a small office in Melbourne’s CBD. Before that, he worked as an assistant HR manager at an oil refinery at Western Point Bay. After almost ta... Read »

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    9 Ways to Train Your Brain to Be a Better Leader

    Peter Kozodoy on Inc.

    Admittedly, it took me years to realize that success is achieved not over long periods of time, but instantaneously in life's brief, honest moments. Read »

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    How Office Culture Should Influence Recruitment

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    An anthropology cliché tells us that culture is to humans what water is to fish. You probably don’t think about it, but your family has a culture. So does your neighborhood and your country. Your w... Read »

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