Discovering People


The traditional concept of a job for life is fast becoming a thing of the past. It is a harsh economic reality that every person will lose a job to redundancy at least once due to their employer restructuring, outsourcing functions, requiring fewer staff or being placed in receivership. Redundancy challenges everyone differently, however it can be viewed as the opportunity for a fresh start in your working life.

It is a window of opportunity to reassess your career. You have the chance to look at other industries, to look at where and when you want to work. Whether you have been made redundant or simply looking for a new role, it is important to identify the experience and skills you have developed and which ones could be transferable and marketable to another employer.

Some important things to consider:

  • Update your resume
  • Refine your interviewing technique
  • Refresh and update your skills and knowledge by attending courses
  • Think laterally and be flexible most people look for exactly the same job as the one they have just left. Your skills and experience may be attractive to a range of positions across a range of industries
  • Remember to remain positive

Remember that your consultant is an excellent source of information. Whether you or a family member or friend requires any assistance, please do not hesitate in contacting our office.


Always remember your consultant can be a great source of information and is here to help you achieve your job seeking goals therefore feel free to contact us at any time with any of your questions. (02) 9570 2411