When employees work full-time from home, it can seem harder to build the relationships, trust and sense of community that’s normally associated with working together in one location.
But while there’s an element of connection lost when you communicate online versus in person, it’s not an insurmountable problem. You can create a remote team that bonds well, stays engaged and keeps up productivity – it just requires a deliberate focus.
I wish I had cooked my secret sauce a lot earlier. What is a secret sauce, I hear you ask? Well, it's not quite your personal brand, not quite your personality and probably not even where you've come from or where you're going. It's all of the above and more.
To develop your recipe for a sauce that Telstra recruiters can’t resist, you need to dive deep and ask yourself: who are you?
After completing my university degree, I was still not exactly sure where I wanted to take my career. But when I heard about Telstra's Graduate Program, I did a bit of research into its many benefits and pathway options.
I decided to apply because it was encouraging to know that the Program provides graduates with the chance to broaden their experiences and explore different avenues.
My experience in the Telstra Graduate Program has been nothing short of amazing. The experiences I’ve had and the skills I’ve learnt have given me the foundations for a successful career.
Telstra’s Graduate Program helps you to build upon what you’ve learnt at university and gives you an avenue to put it into practice.
Landing a job interview is one thing, but when it comes to getting the job, it’s all about your ability to build a personal connection with the person interviewing you.