super-annuation

Should I Be Worried If I Didn’t Get My Super Fund Payment Made from My Employer?

I have checked my super fund and a payment hasn’t been made from my employer.  I started work a month ago, should I be worried?

This is one of the most commonly asked questions we get at people2people.

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How do I explain in my resume why I left a job?

How Do I Explain on a Resume Why I Left a Job?

I read on your blog last week about someone leaving a job because of bullying. This happened to me too, and I was wondering: how can I explain this on my resume?

Sadly, this scenario is more common than all of us would like to admit, and I am sorry you too have experienced this type of situation. Read More »

How Do Background Checks for Jobs Work, and Should I Be Worried?

How Do Background Checks for Jobs Work, and Should I Be Worried?

I have just been made an offer for a job I really like, and I have been told that I will now have a background check. What is this? Read More »

What is a career mentor, and how can I find one?

What Is a Career Mentor, and How Can I Find One?

I was asked if I had a mentor. What is this, and how do I go about getting one?


That’s a great suggestion and one you should embrace. Read More »

So You Want to Be a Recruiter?

So You Want to Be a Recruiter?

I have been thinking about a career change. What background and qualifications do I need to join the recruitment industry? Read More »

Assessment Centres in Your Job Search: What They Are & How They Work

Assessment Centres in Your Job Search: What They Are & How They Work

I recently applied for a job, and the ad said that selection would be made through an assessment centre. Can you help? Read More »

What Should I Do If Two Recruiters Send My Resume for the Same Job?

What Should I Do If Two Recruiters Send My Resume for the Same Job?

The reality is that a hiring manager can brief more than one recruitment agency, and you as the job seeker can register with more than one recruitment consultant. Both parties are perfectly entitled to do so, but it can be a fraught situation. Unfortunately, it is you, as the job seeker, who often is the one who loses out the most. Read More »