Lessons Learned- Sid Younan

  Life’s a journey and we learn as we grow as human beings. Some lessons are learned early on others are learnt later in life. In the last 10 months of recruitment, there have been lessons learned through trial and error, mistakes made, and growth acquired. Here are in my opinion the three cornerstones of
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TedXSydney is coming to town! 

We are thrilled to officially launch our Referral Program, with an incredible opportunity for you to attend the biggest and best TEDxSydney yet! Do you know Java, C++ or C# developers? Python or Full Stack Web developers? How about Business analysts, Project Managers or Senior Engineers? Or browse our open jobs here in case you know
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Follow Your Gut Feeling

You’ve worked hard all week, you’ve followed the process, but what does your gut feel say? What have I learned in the past year of Recruitment and dealing with candidates in specifics? It’s that building long enduring relationships of trust and transparency goes a long way as opposed to the invaluable transactional agreement of what
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International Women’s Day 2018

This year’s International Women’s Day theme is #PressforProgress. This is a call to motivate and unite friends, colleagues and communities to think, act and be gender inclusive. According to ISACA’s global survey of Women in Technology ( conducted in 2017) women are still facing significant barriers in the workplace.   Mantech’s Managing Director Cameron Gillis has been
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“You are clearly an excellent engineer but…”

There is clearly somewhat of an arms race in Sydney for tech companies to secure top engineering talent. Asking salaries are on the rise, counter-offers at resignation time commonplace and there is a marked increase in average time-to-hire.  Great news for high performing engineers! And yet, in the face of all the growing demand for
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In Conversation: Nima Beik

Part of what we do involves asking lots of questions of our candidates, so we thought it only fair that you get to know us a little better.  Here, Nima Beik, one of our consultants, shares a little about his life outside of work, his technological history and passes on some advice for job hunters.
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In Conversation: Laurie Green

Part of what we do involves asking lots of questions of our candidates, so we thought it only fair that you get to know us a little better.  Here, Laurie Green, our Online Community Manager, shares a little about her life outside of work, her technological history and passes on some advice for job hunters.
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In Conversation: Cameron Gillies

Part of what we do involves asking lots of questions of our candidates, so we thought it only fair that you get to know us a little better.  Here, Cameron Gillies, our Managing Director, shares a little about his life outside of work, his technological history and passes on some advice for job hunters.

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In Conversation: Pat Munro

Part of what we do involves asking lots of questions of our candidates, so we thought it only fair that you get to know us a little better.  Here, Pat Munro, one of our Senior Consultants, shares a little about his life outside of work, his technological history and passes on some advice for job hunters.

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I’ve got a beef! Where are all the recruiters going???

Why have all the recruiters (or should I say Talent Acquisition Specialists) working in the big software companies been trained and grounded in search and recruiting firms?  Have you ever seen a recruiter at Google, Amazon et al. trained at said company from rookie status through to competency? No, I thought not! These companies don’t train – someone else does that for them.  Have a look through LinkedIn at the thousands of recruiters who work at the software behemoths.
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