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The Recruitment Landscape Webinar

The Recruitment Landscape Webinar

We invite you to participate in this webinar, designed to delve into the evolving challenges of recruitment and retention within the unique context of the community sector. This session is crafted to address the Not for Profit sector's distinct needs, offering a comprehensive exploration of the transformed paradigms of work and providing strategic insights essential for attracting and retaining the talent your organisation requires.

In an era marked by unparalleled global challenges, the recruitment and retention landscape has undergone significant shifts. The community sector, characterised by its unique demands and commitment to a Not for Profit ethos, encounters specific hurdles in navigating this new terrain.

This webinar is an opportunity to dissect these challenges, examine the changing paradigms of work, and discover strategic insights that will aid in attracting and retaining the essential talent for your organisation. It is particularly beneficial for those wrestling with the integration of remote work paradigms, understanding the evolving expectations of job seekers, or seeking innovative strategies to enhance your organisation's appeal to prospective employees. Our aim is to equip you with the knowledge and insights to navigate today’s dynamic environment effectively.

The session will cover a range of topics, including:

The Remote Work Revolution

Candidate Expectations for Flexibility

Sector-Specific Challenges

Strategies for Success

We look forward to your participation and to fostering a deeper understanding of the contemporary recruitment and retention landscape.



Susie Rogers:

Over the past 25 years, Susie has established herself as one of the most informed and impassioned of the thousands of ‘specialists’ offering recruitment and career guidance in her field. Her business, Rusher Rogers, has helped hundreds of organisations find the right people to launch successful new projects in competitive, high-growth sectors, from NFP, healthcare and medical technology, legal to fintech, IT, HR and marketing.

 From long-term workforce planning and integrated HR strategies, to sourcing and securing specialist managers and whip-smart subject matter experts, Susie has become a trusted partner whose business was awarded best Victorian based agency in 2022. With the current swing towards more flexible working, she’s also established herself as an expert in remote working, contracting and role sharing, and outplacing and coaching for exiting staff.

Margaret Balsillie:

With a long career embedded in Human Resources and Industrial Relations Margaret was fortunate to join the Jobs Australia team in 2011. Margaret’s role provides her with the privilege of working with Members around the country in all aspects of people related work, this includes her passion for training and working with leaders.  Margaret leads a fabulous team of professionals who also share her passion for workplace relations and the Jobs Australia membership.



Thursday, 11 April 2024
1:00 pm to 2:00 pm