The federal government has introduced the ‘Jobkeeper’ initiative, designed to assist employers retain staff where possible and offer financial support to workers.
We are proud to announce our latest affiliation in the UK with JaK Consultancy. Let’s meet our new partners in crime!
Headed up by Oliver Tidmarsh and Stephen Foley, JaK consultancy started in 2010, but prior to this Stephen had set up Folio Personnel which Oliver later joined in 2006….
Jamie Keay provides Sydneysider insight into market conditions and ponders some interesting articles that may help shed light into actual activity levels and varying sentiments out there. As Jamie does highlight, it’s a hard to read market out there and caution is high but things are still happening!
Industry veteran Bruce Whetters from our Melbourne office delves into the local market sector to highlight the goings on and provides insight into some of the forces impacting the changes we have seen. As he says ‘Interesting’ seems to be the go to response right now!
Bruce Whetters takes a broad look at market activity, where the roles are likely to be as we head into 2019, and zone in on a range of points to help you out – whether that be recruiting for new roles within your business or looking for a new role personally
Jamie Keay sees that there are no obvious signs of things slowing down dramatically and the feedback that we are getting from our client base is that there are more opportunities out there…
Jamie Keay sees strong new job listing numbers in the Public, Infrastructure, Educational and Commercial sectors.
The job market in architecture is loaded with an incredibly diverse range of specialty positions, with even more imaginative job titles. Each requires technical and creative skills as a recipe for success, and navigating between these roles can be more difficult than you might realise.
In this Sydney Autumn Market Update, we see that salaries are rising and design candidates are seeking career management, according to Jamie Keay.
There are high levels of activity across all architectural and design sectors, according to Bruce Whetters.