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Jobseekers in Townsville can look forward to their best prospects for finding work in seven years, according to recruitment specialist Clayton Cook. TONY RAGGATT, Townsville Bulletin, January 4th 2020.  Click here for online article JOBSEEKERS in Townsville can look forward to their best prospects for finding work in seven years, according to recruitment specialist Clayton…

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room hire TP human Capital

Demand for our Room / Venue Hire has increased as many hospitality venues close Tuesday 24 March This is a quick update regarding our training / conference room hire availability.  We have been taking additional calls for venue hire as other venue options continue to close under the Coronavirus-related Public Health direction regarding Non-Essential business…

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The economic impact of coal mining is huge for regional communities says recruitment professional Clayton Cook of TP Human Capital.

IF coal mines were closed or new developments prevented from opening, the employment and economic impacts for communities like Townsville would be massive, a recruitment professional says. TONY RAGGATT, Townsville Bulletin. January 15, 2020.  Link to story IF coal mines were closed or new developments prevented from opening, the employment and economic impacts for communities…

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Clayton Cook Townsville has added 15,000 workers over the past 3 years

Townsville’s labour market has grown by more than 15,000 people or 16 per cent over the past three years, while the city has led the State in income growth, figures show. click here to read this story in the Townsville Bulletin TONY RAGGATT, Townsville Bulletin. March 14, 2020 TP Human Capital managing director Clayton Cook…

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The COVID-19 outbreak has left employers and employees navigating a minefield of new human resources and risk management issues, says a North Queensland training and recruitment leader. TP Human Capital managing director Clayton Cook said businesses were entering new territory in terms of precautions, responses and employee entitlements. These include issues ranging from how to…

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Click Here for Employer Info : HR / Management Click Here for Employee Info : Temp / Labour-Hire specific Our Coronavirus Services and Support Australians have been slowly emerging from Covid-19 lockdowns since the federal government announced a three-stage plan in May to ease restrictions across the country. It is up to each state and territory to decide…

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Number of jobs advertised in Townsville region doubles to 1457. The number of jobs advertised on Seek for the Townsville region has more than doubled over the past three years and looks to be heading higher, recruitment consultant Clayton Cook says. Most jobs are in trades and services, followed by healthcare and medical, hospitality and…

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Date: 14 May 2019 TAKE A WALK, TALK THE TALK AT INAUGURAL ANIMAL WELFARE EVENT Townsville animal lovers are being called to take a walk, and talk the talk at the inaugural Angel-Paws Pet Walk and Pledge on 19 May 2019 at Sherriff Park, Mundingburra. The Angel-Paws Pet Walk and Pledge is an animal lover’s…

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As October is Mental Health Month I wanted to give you some tools that you can use in both your work and personal lives. This week is all about developing Grit: Why do some people success while others fail? Angela Duckworth, Distinguished Professor of Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania, discovered through her research at…

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The challenge for many employers when an employee is unwell for an extended period, is not just about knowing whether they are fit for duty, it’s also about what level of information can we ask the employee to provide on their medical certificates. Well a recent decision from the Fair Work Commission (FWC – Tawanda…

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