Where can you see yourself next?

2022 is coming… forget the great resignation, you need resource allocation… Every talent-based article I have been reading lately talks about the looming ‘great resignation of 2022’.  Some researchers have suggested that up to 60% of people will be searching for jobs by March 2022!  Personally, I am not entirely sure about the ‘great resignation’ given the amount of recruitment activity we have experienced over the last 18 months; however, either way, internal legal teams need to start future proofing their team. General counsels, executives and hiring managers are constantly concerned about their legal support function, their teams are stretched, and resources...

A career break comes in many forms – caring for a new born (or other form of carers leave); your role was impacted by COVID; you took a break after returning to Australia from overseas; you had a career change; or maybe you even took some time off to travel the globe (ok that last one feels strange to say). For some lawyers, a career break could be for a year, five, or over 10+ years. I regularly speak with lawyers from all different walks of life, at different stages of their careers, seeking different opportunities. From these conversations the following...

Legal contracting and temp opportunities explored So this is a photo of my mum, Vivienne, my sisters and me, taken in the 80s.  Clearly perms were all the rage back then, as were perm jobs… Fast forward to 2021, I look back at those times with fond memories (I miss having a fringe, oh and a full head of hair!). Many things are different nowadays, the way in which we style our hair of course, and notably the way in which we approach our careers and working life. In the late 1970s, after having three kids, Mum made the tough decision to...