Harvest Human Resources Blog

Older Workers Struggling to Find Employment

July 10, 2018 | General I am grateful that I have work and my work continues to grow … but it’s a double- edged sword, as a career consultant I also feel sad and a little frightened that so much of my recent work has come about because of other people’s employment woes. There are several distinctive groups I am...
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Guest Blog: Carol Morely- Making Transformation Stick

May 17, 2018 | General Recently I had the pleasure of facilitating the May Geelong HR Roundtable “Making Transformation Stick”, which focused on how to make sure the business objectives behind structural changes are realised.  The roundtable, hosted by Harvest Recruitment, included HR professionals from a variety of sectors including retail, healthcare and education, all exploring new ideas and diverse...
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Introducing: Sarah Lowes Fernando

May 10, 2018 | General   Sarah Lowes Fernando, Harvest Temporary Recruitment Lead The Harvest Recruitment and Human Resources team is very excited to announce the addition of Sarah Lowes Fernando to our Recruitment team as Temporary Recruitment Lead. As Harvest’s newest recruit and temporary recruitment extraordinaire, Sarah will be able to help you with any and all industrial staffing...
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How to Make Transformation Stick?

May 3, 2018 | General We were delighted to have Carol Morley from Entheos Consulting facilitate the Geelong HR Roundtable. The session was a higher order discussion that covered transformation and debunked some of today’s buzzwords in HR including Operating Models (whether it refers to all things an organisation does from people, management, systems or if it’s the process of...
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Sardines, Cups and Chairs: Tales of a Newcomer

April 23, 2018 | General I have been incredibly lucky over the course of my career to work with amazing people and made many friends on my journey. I have also, on occasion, rubbed people up the wrong way and witnessed others do the same, especially as a newcomer.  I thought I would share an anecdote to help put you...
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