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June 2018

June 2018

Our Top Non-Financial Retention Tactics

Posted by Jo Kiley

on 18/06/2018

Want to pay your star employee more or reward excellent work, but don’t have money in the budget? Whilst you need to pay appropriate market salaries to attract and retain top talent, money is not the only motivating factor when it comes to retaining staff.   So at this time of...

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Who Pays for the Coffee?

Posted by Jane Carey

on 13/06/2018

A tongue-in-cheek look at the protocol of coffee meetings. More than ever before we meet for business at a coffee shop. In the past, it was considered an informal way to meet, but increasingly it has become a place where networks are built and deals are done. Most business people...

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Where Are All The Men In Property Management?

Posted by Jane Carey

on 13/06/2018

I recently attended three functions in two days which discussed the topic of diversity in the workforce. It prompted me to think about the residential property management sector, which in South Australia rather than being male dominated (which is often the theme of such events), is heavily skewed towards women. ...

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Back to School for Property Managers

Posted by Jo Kiley

on 13/06/2018

If you’re in the property management sector you’ve no doubt heard that property management licensing has finally arrived in South Australia. The Department for Consumer and Business Affairs (CBS) has announced details of the registration requirements for residential and commercial property managers operating in South Australia. Here’s what you need...

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Executive – The Most Important Hire to Get Right

Posted by Jo Kiley

on 13/06/2018

There’s a lot at stake when organisations hire for senior and leadership positions. Whether recruiting a General Manager of Property Assets, CEO or Head of Department, our experience is that clients that take a thorough approach to recruitment and are crystal clear about the skills and attributes that are critical...

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