There are many ways that you can present your resume, and there are several different resume formats you can choose, including chronological, functional and targeted resumes. Regardless of the format of resume that you choose to use, there are a few guidelines that most resumes should follow. Layout and fonts The presentation of your resumeRead More
According to new Census data released this month, childcare and aged care workers, chefs and sales assistants were the fastest growing occupations. Careers in decline include clerical and administrative workers, which decreased by 2.3 per cent but are still the second most popular occupation in Australia. The 2016 Census data also showed differences in occupationsRead More
Over the last 2 years, Mission Providence has worked with Dragon Image to help them find reliable and enthusiastic staff with the right skills for their business.
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There are a lot of great reasons to work in the tourism and hospitality industry. Roles in the hospitality and tourism industry are extremely diverse, fast-paced and can provide you with a great deal of flexibility in terms of work hours and work times. Hospitality is also one of Australia’s largest employment growth areas, andRead More
Jane Simmonds, NEIS Trainer and Mentor from our Gosford office, was the winner of the Tim Cremean Unsung Hero Award at last Tuesday night’s gala awards dinner. Presented as part of the 2017 National NEIS Association Awards, the award recognises Jane’s amazing contribution to the NEIS program and the encouragement and support she has providedRead More
We are so extremely excited to announce that Shay Terrick has won the national NESA Achiever of the Year award in the 2017 NESA National Employment Awards for Excellence. Shay’s success was announced in Melbourne on 22 August at the National NESA Conference Gala dinner. Mission Providence CEO Anthony Steel, General Manager Jodie Gilliland andRead More
If you’re thinking about hiring new staff, you should consider hiring mature age workers. Not only do people over the age of 50 have years of work experience they can bring to your business, they also tend to have more loyalty and stay in their jobs for longer, bringing greater stability to your business andRead More
If you have a good idea for a business but don’t know where to start, you may be able to access small business training and support through the Mission Providence NEIS program. Provided you’re not currently in employment, education or training and you meet the requirements, NEIS can help you create a business plan, provideRead More
Jodie Gilliland, Mission Providence’s General Manager for Compliance, Quality and Practice has been named as one of only six finalists in the prestigious 2017 NESA Employment Discovery Grant. This honour is testament to Jodie’s commitment to the employment services industry, which she has been a part of for over 18 years. The winner of theRead More