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Here’s why recruiters need to stay busy during a downturn

Here’s why recruiters need to stay busy during a downturn

Maggie Coggan | 5 July 2020

Recruiting can be hard when no one’s hiring, but there’s still a whole lot you can do to keep busy even when business is quiet 

Have you and your team fallen into this trap too?
Careers  |  Career change mindset hacks

Have you and your team fallen into this trap too?

Clare Desira | 5 July 2020

This week, mindset coach Clare Desira shares two common thought loops you and your team might not realise you're stuck in during these unusual times. 

Faith without work(ers) is dead
Policy  |  Opinion

John Falzon | 4 July 2020

Tie-dye face masks helping raise money for sick kids

Luke Michael | 4 July 2020

New government fund to encourage investment in women-led enterprises
Social Finance

Luke Michael | 2 July 2020

Philanthropy leaders share insights into funding intentions and directions
Philanthropy  |  RESET 2020 case study

Julia Keady | 2 July 2020

Why youth services must be accessible
Social Affairs  |  Youth matters

Issy Orosz | 1 July 2020

The role of management in government engagement
Policy  |  Happenings on the hill

Neil Pharaoh | 1 July 2020

Aussie B Corps vow to become 'better together'
Good Business

Luke Michael | 1 July 2020

How business can thrive and look after the planet at the same time
Good Business  |  Hot Topic

Nikki Stefanoff | 30 June 2020

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Westpac Foundation announces $2.25M for over 100 local organisations

Westpac Foundation has announced funding for over 100 local organisations that provide employment, education and training support for some of Australia’s most vulnerable, as part of its Community and Social Enterprise Grants programs. 

A step-by-step guide to impact investing

Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors (RPA) has published a new handbook on impact investing. Two years in the making, the guide aims to help investors navigate what impact investing really is, and put in place a strategy that works to achieve their goals.

Teen recognised for Indigenous human rights work

Liberty Victoria has honoured Arrente and Garrwa teen Dujuan Hoosan with the Young Voltaire Human Rights Award. At the age of 12, Hoosan was the youngest person ever to address the UN, where he asked global leaders to support Australia to raise the minimum age of criminal responsibility from 10 to 14 years, and for First Nations languages to be taught in schools.

Fellowships worth $50,000 up for grabs

Applications for the 2021 Westpac Social Change Fellowships are now open, giving 10 social changemakers access to a bespoke leadership and personal development training program worth up to $50,000. Apply here, or nominate someone that would benefit from the scholarship here.

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