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thomas lloyd

Handle Your Energy Better and Avoid Burnout - 1 views

Take a break. Your work will be better for it and you will be more productive Westhill Consulting Career & Employment is based in Australia. It is a well-established career tips and information f...

Westhill Consulting Career and Employment Handle Your Energy Better Avoid Burnout

started by thomas lloyd on 01 Dec 14 no follow-up yet
thomas lloyd

Avoid Deceit and Evaluate your Job Offer - 3 views

Evaluate the basics: Not only does the salary categorize as a critical factor of the job offer however other matters are also very important to think through like the type of contract, the proba...

Westhill Consulting Career and Employment avoid deceit evaluate your job offer

started by thomas lloyd on 12 Sep 14 no follow-up yet
thomas lloyd

Avoid Deceit in Salary Negotiation by these Do's and Don'ts - 1 views

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    DO your homework and review: Most people has nothing to say when they are questioned about their salary expectations. It's better to do your research concerning what the market rate for your potential position is instead of formulate an unprepared response. When researching, go through Westhill Consulting Career and Employment, Australia to find more about the salary levels for your profession and in the region. You may furthermore communicate with recruiters and contact people in your network of friends and colleagues who would be keen to share salary information with you to avoid scam and fraud. Applying all that salary cleverness as a starting point, you can squeeze it rendering on your own experience and qualifications and come up with a slimmer range that you can positively tone to the potential employer. DON'T say yes too soon: Taking the offer put forward immediately is unwise. Typically fresh graduates and job-seekers that are moving to a different geographical location make this error. Considering the salary offered against your actual worth is vital. Do not say yes except you feel that the offer is contemplative of the worth you will offer to the firm. Not talking might make you to feel underpaid, and receive lower increases and a sluggish salary growth as you move up the career ladder leaving you stressed and discouraged. DO think about other benefits: Talking about salary alone and disregard other benefits is also a usual error while negotiating salaries. Other factors must be well-thought-out such as insurance coverage, the preference of flexible work timings, maternity and paternity leave, paid vacation days etc. These aspects have monetary value devoted to them and should be grossed up with the salary figure to amount the value of your package.
deborah gould

Important documents for Expat to avoid hoax and misrepresentation - Westhill Consulting... - 1 views

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    As an expat in Indonesia is a godsend. You acquire an above average income with a comparatively low cost of living and an extra of tropical paradise not very distant from anywhere you live. Dealing with bureaucracy in this country could be excruciating, on the other hand as long as you have all the legal documents, you'd be secure. Westhill Consulting Career and Employmen, Australia's five important documents you should know: Indonesian Visa Avoid swindle and think of that the normal fee for 60 days visa is USD 45, for many entries (12 months) is USD 100. Nonetheless if you apply for VITAS (Temporary Stay Permit Visa), it will charge you USD 50 (6 months), USD 100 (12 months), USD 175 (24 months). IMTA - Work Permit Warning! You need a work permit! This "Work Permit" is the authorization given to a company to employ a foreigner. If you are not holding an IMTA, you are not working legally in Indonesia. VITAS - Temporary Stay Permit Visa This is the sticker visa put in a foreigner's passport in an Indonesian Embassy/Consular Office abroad which will give the person the right to an ITAS - temporary stay permit (which they apply for after arrival in Indonesia). After you apply for ITAS at the immigration office, they will puat a stamp in your passport. RPTKA - Expatriate Placement Plan If a company wants to employ foreigners, the company must submit an Expatriate Placement Plan, RPTKA - Rencana Penempatan Tenaga Kerja Asing- to the Manpower Department if the employing company is a domestic company; or to the BKPM (Investment Coordinating Board if the company is a foreign investment company. In foreign investment/PMA companies, work permits for senior positions (such as Director held by foreigners are for three years and can be renewed just before expiration.
thomas lloyd

Tips for first day of work in Jakarta Indonesia to avoid deceit - 1 views

First day of work could at all times be a nerve-wracking experience. It is even worse if you work abroad; odds are there would be culture differences that might become your cause of anxiety. Hence,...

Westhill Consulting Career and Employment Tips for first day of work in Jakarta Indonesia to avoid deceit

started by thomas lloyd on 01 Sep 14 no follow-up yet
jake harry

Connect with the Web in Indonesia to Find Jobs Easily and Avoid Trickery - 0 views

Nowadays, it would be pointless to use anything but the Internet if you need fast and convenient long distance communications. According to recent research by Internet content delivery company, Aka...

Westhill Consulting Career and Employment Connect with the Web in Indonesia to Find Jobs Easily Avoid Trickery

started by jake harry on 27 Aug 14 no follow-up yet
jake harry

Connect with the Web in Indonesia to Find Jobs Easily and Avoid Trickery - 0 views

Nowadays, it would be pointless to use anything but the Internet if you need fast and convenient long distance communications. According to recent research by Internet content delivery company, Aka...

Westhill Consulting Career and Employment Connect with the Web in Indonesia to Find Jobs Easily Avoid Trickery

started by jake harry on 27 Aug 14 no follow-up yet
thomas lloyd

Warning! 10 seconds to avoid rejection - 1 views

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    What employers look for by Westhill Consulting Career and Employment , Australia According to research, recruiters devote an average of just six seconds scanning your resume for information prior in determining whether you are a possible asset or not for the job they're filling regardless of your location, this holds true from HR of the U.S. in the west to the HR of Jakarta, Indonesia in SE. When you managed going through the potential hire pile, then they may take a keener observation at the details. Nevertheless, if your resume does not make it over that first six second scan, your chances are ruined. By means of eye-tracking software, researchers at Westhill Consulting Career and Employment followed where recruiters are attentive their attention in those crucial first seconds. The information recruiters scan for in six seconds: * Your name * Your current job title and employer * The start and end dates of your current job * Your previous employer and job title * The start and end dates of your previous job * Your level of education At first, everything else on your resume is nothing but additional information that employers may or may not look over for keywords relevant to the skills they're looking for. To make each one of those six seconds count, the greatest approach to pass the resume first impression test is to make it easy for employers to locate the information that is most important to them. Have a visibly laid out document with bolded job titles in reverse sequential order. Use sufficiently of white space and have Work History and Education sections plainly marked. Have a sector summarizing your skills in bullet points. You must have the keywords incorporated for resume search engines and applicant tracking systems since these are the succeeding things recruiters search for i
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