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What Will the Infrastructure Jobs Market Look Like This Year

​For those working in the infrastructure sector, it can be difficult to know what kind of infrast...

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5 Signs It May Be Time for You to Create a New Resume

A good resume can help you stand out in the market and snag the job of your dreams. As time goes ...

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When Should You Move on From an Entry Level Job?

​While there is no automatic timer that tells you exactly when you should move on from your entry...

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Five Common Interview Questions Every Job Seeker Should Be Able to Answer

​If you're looking for a new job, you know you're competing with many other people, so you need t...

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5 Rules for Handling Salary Negotiation Like a Pro

​Whether you are starting a new job or expecting a promotion at your current one, salary negotiat...

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What to Look for in a Construction and Engineering CV

As an employer, reviewing CVs can bean overwhelming part of the Construction and Engineering recr...

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How to Address Employee Pay Rise Requests

​Managing an employee pay rise request can be a challenging task for managers in any industry, an...

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Writing An Effective Cover Letter

​An employers’ first impression doesn’t start in the interview room, it starts when you submit a ...

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Three Simple Tips to Finding Your Dream Construction Job

​Are you happy in your job? This is a topic that is often spoken about, and whilst a lot of New Z...

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The Real Cost of Slow Hiring Decisions in a Project Environment

​Nobody likes making mistakes when it comes to the hiring process, but every once in a while, and...

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Shout it From the Rooftops! Four Top Tips to Attract Construction & Engineering Candidates

​When it comes to recruitment, you want to stay ahead of the competition and hire the market’s be...

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Making a Decision Between Two Excellent Candidates

​The interviews are complete and the recruitment process is coming to an end, yet you still find ...

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How to Write a Job Advert That Candidates Want to Apply For

​When recruiting your next Construction & Engineering professional, the job advert is often t...

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Cover Letters

​Cover letters are a much-debated concept, one where it’s importance will differ depending on who...

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Tips for Deciding Between Two Job Offers

​Having two job offers on the table at once is an enviable position. However, it also means you h...

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Australia Market Update: The State of Play in the Construction Industry

Welcome to RobLawMax’s latest Australian Market Update – an overview of our markets, the challeng...

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How to Answer Behavioural Interview Questions

​If you’ve ever gone to an interview you have probably been subjected to a behavioural question, ...

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Moving to New Zealand: Common Questions From Construction & Engineering Candidates

​​At RobLawMax, we often speak with overseas Engineering candidates looking for opportunities to ...

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Getting Started with Personal Branding in Engineering and Construction

​There was once a time where brands were only thought of in the realm of companies; with striking...

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Overseas Candidates: Avoid These Four Key Mistakes When Applying for a Job in New Zealand

​In my role with RobLawMax, I often speak with Construction and Engineering candidates from overs...

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