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Robotic surgery – the future is here

1st December , 2016|Employers, Industry News, Jobseekers|

Surgeon and inventor Catherine Mohr tours the history of surgery (and its pre-painkiller, pre-antiseptic past), then demos some of the newest tools for surgery through tiny incisions, performed using nimble robot hands. Fascinating -- but not for the squeamish.  

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Bonuses becoming less important in motivating staff

1st December , 2016|Employers, Hiring Tips, Industry News|

Many recruiters believe that the smaller your operation, the less bonus payments play a part in keeping people. With many of Australia’s biggest companies towards cutting bonuses altogether. Ben Watts, director at wattsnext said “Keeping people is more about time off, flexible work environments, the other things that motivate staff to come to work.” The [...]

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Does Australia have enough aged care workers to cope with surging demand?

28th November , 2016|Employers, Hiring Tips, Industry News, Jobseekers|

Advocacy groups fear there will not be enough carers and staff to look after the growing number of elderly Australians in future. The number of people living with dementia currently stands at 350,000, said to be growing at a rate of 1800 a week. In some parts of Australia, people are already complaining that it [...]

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Proposed changes to paid parental leave

22nd November , 2016|Employers, Industry News, Jobseekers|

Recently the Liberal Government reintroduced an amended Fairer Paid Parental Leave Bill 2016 into Parliament. It has been referred to as the "anti-double-dipping bill" as it brings about a range of amendments to ensure primary carers cannot claim more than 18 weeks' pay if accessing some form of government entitlement. With a proposed start date [...]

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HealthcareLink at GPCE Melbourne 2016

17th November , 2016|Career Tips, Employers, Hiring Tips, Home page, Jobseekers|

The HealthcareLink team had the opportunity to visit and have a stand at ThinkGP’s GPCE Melbourne this year, held on 11 - 13 November 2016. HealthcareLink with DoctorDoctor It was a wonderful three days, with a number of our Melbourne clients - doctors and practice managers - able to meet us face-to-face and [...]

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Top 5 Skills of an Inspiring Healthcare Leader

16th November , 2016|Career Tips, Employers, Home page, Inspiration, Jobseekers|

We often arrive at our employment position because we were inspired by someone or by some event. “I was inspired to become a nurse by my mother, who was a nurse for over 50 years", "I was twelve years old, my grandma was suffering from kidney disease. I would observe several doctors; working day and [...]

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Hiring doctors online now easier with first of its kind service from HealthcareLink

11th November , 2016|Employers, Home page, Jobseekers|

MEDIA RELEASE Hiring doctors online now easier with first of its kind service from HealthcareLink   Friday 11 November 2016: HealthcareLink.com.au, Australia’s leading online healthcare and medical career marketplace, has launched a new service for employers on its platform, allowing employers access to pre-screened candidates who match their requirements. Unveiled today at the GPCE medical [...]

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Team Building For Medical Workers And Why It Is Important In Any Workplace

30th October , 2016|Employers, Home page|

This week marks the height of the Spring Racing Carnival in Flemington, Victoria, with the pinnacle of races, the Melbourne Cup, running on the first Tuesday of November. It is a relaxed day for thousands of offices and businesses around Australia, with many using the ‘Race That Stops a Nation’ as a casual team-building exercise. [...]

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