Interview tips are a dime a dozen across the web. Our mission on the Speller Blog is to convey advice and information that cuts through…so, we recently asked our consultants for some of their top interview tips, without any fluff.
Speller International is making an exciting foray into social media. It’s another place where we can put our clients and candidates first; bringing you all fresh, interesting and valuable content.
Hello from sunny WA! – it sounds a bit funny to say that as some 90% of my SAP contract roles in the last 15 years or so has been Melbourne based, as Melbourne is indeed where I live permanently.
This article is the first instalment in a series where we discuss the value of each social network for job seekers, in order of priority.
There’s a reason the iconic movie line isn’t “Show me the time!”. First up, it doesn’t have the same ring to it, does it? And second, whilst the old cliché does suggest time equals money…we don’t always hold them in equal stead. Money seems more tangible than time.
The phrase “due diligence” gets thrown around a lot in business circles. Too often, it lives alongside the type of business jargon that can invite glazed eyes and contagious yawns.
So, you are part of an illustrious group; you’re an SAP consultant and you’ve got the skills to pay the bills. You’ve worked hard to gain your experience and qualifications and now you’re in demand.
In January, Speller International braved the heat for team building events at the Australian Open.
To some, contracting is a holy path towards greater financial return from and control over one’s time. Whilst to others, it is a means to an end whilst seeking a greater sense of security that comes with a permanent position.