COVID-19 has clearly had a devastating effect on countless industries, many of which have altered their approach to best navigate through this constantly shifting landscape. The volatile environment we have so unexpectedly found ourselves in, has meant both businesses and candidates alike have been forced to show significant flexibility, resilience and adaptability during the hiring process.
For the next interview in our Q&A series, we are pleased to introduce Sean Kow | Senior Associate. In this Q&A profile, Sean provides some insight into his industry experience, what it takes to work in research and life at QA.
Mindful in May is a global fundraising campaign which raises money for clean water whilst raising awareness for utilising mindfulness techniques to enable greater mental health.
Mindfulness can be effective in building resilience and better mental health – an issue which costs Australian businesses $10.9bn annually.
By providing both a physically and mentally safe environment through healthy workplace practices, such as an Employee Assistance Program, employees can feel better supported, engaged and productive at work.
With the current construction and infrastructure boom, businesses using the traditional methods of sourcing talent through external agencies and advertising on job boards are losing the battle to find new talent in a decreasing talent pool.
On Friday, QA were proud to be a finalist in the Employer of Choice (1-99 employees) category at the 2019 Australian HR Awards.
Now in its sixth year and with over 850 of the top HR professionals across Australia in attendance, this prestigious event recognises industry excellence and the achievements of companies, teams and HR professionals for outstanding HR initiatives.