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The continuous fake job advertisements being placed on a scandalous platform such as Glassdoor, curated by scraping websites of companies that they have encouraged to hire their services, has hit a low point.
Published in Marketing
Cleaning out some old boxes on the weekend, I found a few things that took me back down memory lane. In particular, something that showed me that where I am today, was where I was always going to be.

We each look at our lives and depending on how clear our memory is or in most cases, our version of events, we may sometimes realise that we were meant to be where we are, or that due to a sliding doors moment, everything changed for the better or worse.
Published in Entrepreneurship
Everyone is on the lookout for top-notch team members that will help their businesses accelerate their growth.

Finding the right people for the right job can sometimes be quite difficult. There is so much competition in the market for high performing talent with strong credentials, and even the fact that they often change jobs as quickly as they change their underpants – this does not waiver.

Marketing Eye Sydney is seeking to find a high performing, self-starting, Inside Sales Executive to join the team.
Published in Marketing
Friday, 15 December 2017 07:33

There is no place I would rather work

When you wake up and race to the office each day, not out of necessity but because you are can't wait to turn on your laptop and hang with your team - you know you are doing something right.

My job isn't what you think. Yes, I own a marketing company, but given that we have a true flat organisational structure, I don't manage anyone, or anything for that matter. Instead, my days are full of creativity, writing, celebrating, brainstorming and general engagement with the people that work at Marketing Eye.
Published in Marketing
If you have found yourself on a steep learning curve over the past few years, don't become complacent, because doing just that will make you irrelevant, and I know this first hand.
Published in Marketing
Reality Check: Robots haven’t just landed in the workplace – they are already expanding their skills, increasing productivity and retention rates, and moving up the corporate ladder. As technology continues to bring unprecedented improvements into the workplace that essentially streamline processes and creates efficiency, employees will really need to start thinking about their value and worth to an organisation. 
Published in Management
Monday, 18 September 2017 10:00

How to make the most of every job opportunity

While many millennials have checked employment history, it's not hard for those who don't to stand out from the crowd and be the candidate of choice.

The world is full of opportunities and career choices doesn't have to include career 'mistakes' if you know a few ways to trick how you think about things, to ensure that you are not feeling the pinch of regret when you can't see the forest from the trees.
Published in Marketing
When you decided to apply for your first job, you knew that there was a chance that your potential employer may not a) like you b) think you have the right skills c) consider you as a candidate d) work out what you bring to the table.

Most probably, you pondered one of these things or all of them before you went to your first interview. It may have created some nerves, or made you anxious. Perhaps, you did the opposite, and sounded overly confident and a tad cocky, when in fact  you were shaking in your boots.
Published in Entrepreneurship
The professional services industry can't be blackmailed by fake employee anonymous reviews, and it's infuriating websites that make a living out of encouraging negative reviews and putting them to the top of the pile, and then going to the company and trying to sell "reputation management services".
Published in Marketing
Friday, 30 December 2016 04:23

Is your marketing job still relevant?

Just when we thought the new role of Martech was up there with new and innovative, the marketing industry just became seriously disrupted.

If you thought your marketing degree would teach you what you need to know to get a job in marketing, think again. While some think that understanding the basis of marketing technologies will give them the edge, it may so for the next year, but after that - forget it.
Published in Marketing
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