Mining International Blogs
5 things that have changed for mining executives looking to hire staff since 2020
The world, industries, attitudes, and many more things have changed since the beginning of 2020 and it seems we are in a new environment which has brought many challenges to
How to move forward in the recruitment process by improving your communication skills
Whether you are technically gifted or not, how do you improve your engagement with others, whether you know them or not? This concept is important in everyday life not just
How to get your dream job with Mindset, Effort, and Desire
Everyone is looking for that ultimate role, that job that you thoroughly enjoy and look forward to when waking up every day. However, we imagine there are many out there
5 reasons why executive search is a favored method of recruitment
With all types of recruitment, the standard process is similar but the difference lies in the methodology, detail, and effort used. The executive search methodology is more complex and time-consuming
4 ways to get the best out of a consultant that is assisting you with your vacancy
Every consultant in the executive search or recruitment space is different in nature. All endeavor to give clients the best service available with the knowledge and resources at their disposal.
Women in Mining #InternationalWomensDay
To celebrate International Women’s Day we’ve compiled all the episodes of the Dig Deep The Mining Podcast in which we’ve interviewed women in the mining industry. This is an important
Why use an Executive Search Agency?
Clients often question why they would use an Executive Search Agency rather than a Recruitment Agency, so thought we would outline a few important reasons. The main reasons would be:
What is the difference between a headhunter and a recruiter to the client?
Both aim to recruit suitable candidates for the vacancy they have been given by their client, but there are significant differences between the two. Let us show you: Headhunter: 🎯Proactively
Planning your challenges for the next year
With about 6-8 weeks until the end of the working year, depending on your position, company and location, what else do you need to be achieved personally, by the team
Ways to get a promotion
Employees within an organisation are often motivated to get a promotion or step up the ladder so they can have more responsibility, autonomy and in theory an increase in pay.
How effective are your internal communications between the different divisions?
We believe that every mining company and organisation needs to improve their internal communications between the various departments/divisions to be more effective, efficient and to make work easier for all
Have supply chains affected your mining business? A few ideas for future events.
How much supply chain disruption have mining companies endured during the last 18 months across the world and how have this affected things like production, maintenance, and catering for the
How to overcome disappointment at work?
We all have up and down days at work. Hopefully, more ups than downs, but sometimes we get dealt a major blow or real disappointment which may set us back
Networking Events Mistakes – Do You Make Them?
Networking is what makes the job search go round these days. Just about everything you read about finding your next great employment opportunity mentions networking, and how a large %
Working Abroad – Could It Benefit Your Career?
Mining is a global industry – no surprises there! With the global shortage of talent within the industry, the opportunities for working abroad are currently more plentiful than ever before.
A Clear Vision For Your Career – Do You Have One?
Many of us wander through life without any sort of vision about where we’re heading. It can be likened to hopping in your car and just driving around without any
Tips For Landing A Good Mining Job By Networking
You’re on the hunt for your next mining role, and looking for exactly the right mining company to work for. Apart from providing us with your resume, here are a
How Will Technology Affect My Job Or Chances Of Getting One?
In today’s increasingly automated workplace environment, this is a thought at the forefront of many minds, particularly in the mining industry. Mining is one of the industries leading the way
5 Ways to Improve Your Chances of Securing Your Next Role
With the job market in mining being very tight with not many opportunities about, here are 5 ways to improve your chances of securing your next role: Update your LinkedIn
The Value Of Start-Ups To The Mining Industry
The mining industry is a world leader when it comes to certain types of innovation, notably in the areas of automation and water use. However, much of this innovation wouldn’t
Geologists – Do They Have A Future In Mining?
Career options for geologists have come a long way over the past few decades as the march of technology offers more and more opportunities beyond the traditional exploration and mining
Relocating For Mining When You Have Children
Moving to a new town, or country, for a mining job, invariably comes with challenges at the best of times. However, if you also have children you’ll certainly face a
International FIFO Mining Work – The Pros And Cons
We’ve looked at the life of FIFO workers who work within their own country or in developed countries but there are also many FIFO workers who work overseas in underdeveloped
Ahh FIFO Rosters……….!
In May of this year (2018) Rural and Remote Mental Health, an Australian not-for-profit public company specialising in providing mental health programs and services for those who live and work
The FIFO Lifestyle – It’s About More Than Just Money
The money might be good but does it come at a cost? Those who live the FIFO lifestyle will likely tell you they’ve earned every single penny of that money
Tips For Relocating To A New Mining Job Overseas
Exciting times ahead and congratulations – you’ve landed a mining job overseas! It’s not FIFO so you’re relocating yourself and your family there for the duration of your contract. Or
The Impending Skills Shortage In Mining
If you’re a mining executive or CEO you probably should be worried. Very worried! Why? As the industry begins to pick up pace after the last bust, several pertinent facts