DS Economics Townsville Crane Count

By AnnaleseS | Oct 8, 2019

Founder of “Our Fair Share’ Colin Dwyer completed a free Townsville regional Crane Count on Saturday 21 September 2019. Mr Dwyer said “we are part of the Townsville regional community and like to contribute where we can. In the past, we have organised scores of TAFE students to help neighbourhoods clean up after cyclone Yasi,…

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TOWNSVILLE’S unemployment rate expected to drop.

By AnnaleseS | Oct 4, 2019

Townsville’s unemployment rate is the lowest it has been in five years and is expected to drop further. Exerts of the article are below. To view the full article head to: Townsville Bulletin The unemployment rate for the Townsville region, which also includes the Burdekin, Hinchinbrook, Charters Towers and Palm Island, in August was seven per…

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Going the extra mile

By AnnaleseS | Sep 30, 2019

Applying Albert Einstein’s theory to hiring; if you keep looking for talent the same way in the same places you’d get the same results, right?   At TP Human Capital we take an innovated approach to hiring with our creative campaigns and we can recruit from anywhere in the world for anyone in the world…

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Townsville’s unemployment rate has started to improve

By Clayton Cook | Sep 3, 2019

Queensland’s unemployment figures were recently reported by Josh Bavas from ABC News. Clayton Cook- TP Human Capital Managing Director, was interviewed to comment on the recent unemployment rate in Townsville to gain his expert opinion on where Townsville is heading. Exerts of the article are below. To view the full article head to: ABC News. …

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Wallaby friendly workplace

By AnnaleseS | Aug 30, 2019

“Ohana means Family. Family means, no one gets left behind” and fortunately enough these little joeys are now apart of the TP Human Capital family. We pride ourselves on being a pet-friendly office not only with the Wallabies but also with our “Furry Fridays” when our staff members can bring in their dogs for the…

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Women in Mining

By Grace Mitchell | May 22, 2019

Mining jobs for women are not nearly as scarce as you might think. Though most people tend to think of mining as primarily a man’s world, there are more and more women making inroads in the industry. In fact, many companies actually prefer to hire women for certain jobs, as they tend to have excellent…

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How to get more of what you want

By Scott Timmins | Mar 14, 2019

Imagine if the first person your customers see is just like Eeyore from Winnie the Pooh. They are miserable with life, nothing ever goes right for them and they let everyone who walks in know it.That was something I experienced so I set myself a challenge, to turn their frown upside down. After six long months I finally got there. In this months newsletter I explore the ways we can influence people to get more of what you want.

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How the Titanic tragedy can help you make better decisions

By Scott Timmins | Feb 7, 2019

If we look back through history and the Titanic tragedy, we can learn a lot about unintended consequences and improve our decision making process.

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Three Ways to Develop Grit

By tphcmanager | Oct 10, 2018

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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