Many office workers have their own ‘typical’ day in the office. Here is what happened to me today. 8:00 The company I work for has a flexible working arrangement. Basically all employees are expected to work 7.5 hours per day anytime between 7am to 7pm. In real life, this is loosely monitored; as far as … Continue reading A Day in the Office
If you have studied or are studying in an Australian university, it is quite likely that you are familiarise with these two terminologies. A graduate program lasts around one to two years, during which a graduate often has the opportunity to rotate amongst various business areas and receive targeted and well-structured training and development before … Continue reading Graduate Program vs Entry Level Jobs
During my days as a recruiter, I often got asked this category of questions at graduate recruitment events: is my grade good enough? Is my working experience good enough? Is working experience more important than grade? Consider 'student' as an occupation just like engineer, programmer or doctor. Now, what is the most obvious purpose of … Continue reading Grade vs Experience?
Before getting into any serious topics on career, I think it is a good idea to share with you some highlights of my journey so far. It may help understand where some of my viewpoints come from and how valid these perspectives are.