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How Can Early Childhood Services Be Culturally Inclusive During Reconciliation Week - Blog Image

How Can Early Childhood Services Be Culturally Inclusive During Reconciliation Week

  • Adrian Grundy
  • Thursday, May 28, 2020

Reconciliation Week can be a very scary topic for many educators to explore as we are all very conscious that we don't want to offend or show disrespect in any way. With this in mind I wanted to give some guidance on Cultural Diversity and the important role it plays in childcare....Read Article

4 Way To Celebrate Parents Day In Your Centre - Blog Image

4 Way To Celebrate Parents Day In Your Centre

  • Adrian Grundy
  • Thursday, May 28, 2020

Yes, You heard right! This is a real holiday! :) Parents' Day is celebrated every year on the fourth Sunday of July. Here is 4 Way To Celebrate Parents Day In Your Centre....Read Article

Our TOP 4 Tips for celebrating Reconciliation Week in Childcare Centres.  - Blog Image

Our TOP 4 Tips for celebrating Reconciliation Week in Childcare Centres.

  • Adrian Grundy
  • Wednesday, May 27, 2020

As we explore Reconciliation Week it's important for us to recognise that culture is central to a child’s individuality, identity and sense of belonging and success in lifelong learning. To support the identity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and to enhance the knowledge of non-Indigenous children, early childhood services should pay attention to the cultural identity of the Aboriginal community in which they are situated. The Early Years Learning Framework ask educators to build upon children’s understandings of diversity, specifically Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures....Read Article

National Sorry Day 2020 - Blog Image

National Sorry Day 2020

  • Adrian Grundy
  • Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Culture is central to a child’s individuality, identity and sense of belonging and success in lifelong learning. Teaching our children about the Stolen Generations and the effect that it had and still has on Aboriginal and Torres Strait peoples is important content for all Australian children....Read Article

7 Reasons WHY working in PARTNERSHIP with a Recruitment Agency is a good strategy - Blog Image

7 Reasons WHY working in PARTNERSHIP with a Recruitment Agency is a good strategy

  • Adrian Grundy
  • Wednesday, January 8, 2020

We all know that the basic purpose of a recruitment agency is to help job seekers find new roles, while helping companies find the perfect person for their open positions. Very few people realize all the other benefits that come with using a recruitment agency. Partnering with a recruitment agency can be highly beneficial not only to you as the Provider or Manager but to your company as a whole....Read Article

Are you a Leader or a Manager?  - Blog Image

Are you a Leader or a Manager?

  • Adrian Grundy
  • Thursday, August 8, 2019

This blog discusses the difference between a Leader and a Manager and how an effective leader moves followers into action not with coercion but by eliciting their desire and conviction in the vision and goals articulated by the leader....Read Article

The Importance of Showing Gratitude in the Workplace.  - Blog Image

The Importance of Showing Gratitude in the Workplace.

  • Adrian Grundy
  • Sunday, July 14, 2019

Are you a glass half empty or glass half full kinda person? Focusing on the good—the things for which you are grateful—is scientifically proven to help fill your glass. What’s more, sharing your gratitude with others helps fill their proverbial glasses and even perpetuates the cycle of gratefulness. Don’t limit your gratitude to your private life. By feeling and expressing your appreciation at work you will help make your workplace a positive environment....Read Article

A Guide to Understanding Those Recruitment Agencies' Temp Rates - Blog Image

A Guide to Understanding Those Recruitment Agencies' Temp Rates

  • Adrian Grundy
  • Thursday, July 11, 2019

As a client you have to weigh up your options and think to yourself 1. Is price all I am chasing or do I want "QUALITY"? 2. What do I value? 3. How important is reliability, fast turn arounds, vetted candidates that have been through a quality recruitment process and recruiters that understand my sector? Once you have answered these things you will quickly realise that in recruitment you ALWAYS pay for what you get. If you choose to go with an Agency that drops their pants to win business the chances are you will be knocking back on my door or another agencies door very soon with the same problems again and this time it potentially may have cost you more money in lost time or even worse your own clientele....Read Article