Finding the right staff match for your business's needs is a constant challenge and can significantly impact your business from reaching its full potential. Here are some pointers that will help: 1. Plan your approach A thorough recruitment campaign involves a number of key steps to achieve the best outcome. Does your organisation have a Recruitment Action Plan?
Recruiting staff for your business is a great time to reassess your needs and how you can best achieve your goals moving forward. Using the 7 C’s of communication can assist you in planning your recruitment process. Clear: Have a clear understanding of the type of person and skills you are looking for, right from the outset; this will ensure your vision is maintained throughout the process.
Gforce has the pleasure of sharing with you some of our accomplishments and achievements during 2013/14. Below is a link to the 2013/14 Gforce Annual Review which provides a snapshot of the work we do in the Geelong, Ballarat and Wyndham communities helping people to find meaningful employment. It also highlights the many community groups and programs we regularly assist through our community giving.
VICTORIAN ALCOA SUPPLY CHAIN INITIATIVE: PROGRAM GUIDELINES A Victorian Government initiative that supports Alcoa supply chain businesses to manage the transition in response to the closure of Alcoa’s Point Henry aluminium smelter and rolling mill. PROGRAM OVERVIEW
Like & comment or follow & tweet for your chance to win! To celebrate the launch of our new website, Gforce is giving two lucky people the chance to WIN a $500 Westfield Gift Card and a Date Night at Four Points by the Sheraton Geelong! For your chance to win, simply like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter and submit a post or tweet (50 words or less) telling us what you like most about the new Gforce site. It's that easy! Get in quick, the competition closes in 2 weeks.
Two Geelong locals are shining a spotlight on vocational training after earning national recognition for being among the best apprentices and trainees in Australia. Carpentry apprentice Alexander Innes, 20, of Belmont, and Education trainee Grace Brennan, 18 of Highton, were among 19 people selected from a field of about 30,000 to take part in Group Training Australia's annual leadership program.
Gforce once again sponsored the Human Resources Award at the 2014 Geelong Business Excellence Awards. Established in 1986, the event recognises organisations that have achieved business excellence in the Geelong region. The Awards are the oldest continuously running and most prestigious business awards programs in Australia, and, as such, provide a significant recognition and celebration of business achievement and performance.
Gforce recently hosted the August 2014 Geelong Business Network breakfast. Gforce CEO Rob Birch introduced Mayor Darryn Lyons who was interviewed by Paula Kontelj, FM presenter and Liberal Candidate for Geelong. Rob set the scene for the interview with an outline of the changing landscape of industry and employment in our region. The focus of the Geelong economy is now moving from traditional manufacturing and processing to advanced manufacturing and a range of service industries, including research, education, administration, professional services, tourism and hospitality.
This month Gforce hosted a stunning evening that celebrated the regions finest in industry. 240 guests attended a showcase evening where exceptional employers, apprentices and trainees were rewarded for their contribution and commitment to industry, at the inaugural Gforce Awards, held at the Geelong Football Club ‘Captains Room’.
Strategies 4 Excellence Community Services school-based trainee, Maddison Pearson, shares her desire for a career in the disability sector. Grief spurs Maddie to pursue a career in disability Courtney Crane | Geelong Advertiser | January 27, 2014 12:30PM AS the eldest of 10 children, caring for others is second nature to Maddie Pearson. She's 17 going on 30, as her mother likes to say.