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9 Nov 2019 6:40 PM | Jackie Idia (Administrator)

Good News for Melbourne

AIEA is launching a Melbourne Chapter under the leadership of experienced interim manager, Keith Drew, Stay tuned as Keith is establishing operations and is keen to start running Melbourne events before Christmas. For more on Keith, click on Read more...

How digital identity technology will reshape the face of recruitment

Candidate interviews are considered by many to be a necessary evil but using interviews to verify your candidate’s claims can give misleading results. Luckily, an emerging tech solution will soon make the challenge of identity and claims verification a thing of the past. Read more…

Decision Making Under Pressure

'Why can't someone just make a decision'. Decision making for some people, especially when under pressure, is an extremely difficult thing to do. It's not the fact individuals can't make a decision, but it's a skill that's learnt over time and like any other skill, it takes time to master. Making a decision and complex problem solving are interlinked, but the ability to execute a decision is different from solving a problem. Read more…

5 essential questions to ask before you accept any job offer

You polished your résumé, dazzled them in interviews, and landed the job you’ve been chasing. You’ve finally received that coveted offer letter. But don’t get too excited yet. It’s exciting to get a job offer, but there’s good reason to hesitate before accepting. Ask these questions first. Read more…

What will 5G mean for you? A reality check on the hype

We’ve been hearing things like that about 5G for years. The next generation of wireless, so the sales pitch goes, will make the previously impossible possible. Think self-driving cars. Or robot surgery. Or perhaps even robot surgery in the back of self-driving cars. Read more…

Platelets: The missing link between your blood and brain?

Neuro-immune interactions play an important role in maintaining brain health and plasticity throughout life. Platelets, the smallest cells in our blood, have been gaining recognition for their extensive functional contributions beyond wound healing. Disclaimer: Dr Tara Walker is my daughter Read more…

There’s another big reason why you should ditch Chrome for Firefox

In the last four months, Firefox has blocked 450 billion trackers by default—and has launched a new feature explaining what exactly those trackers do and what that means for you. Read more…

How to answer 5 common trick questions designed to trip you up in an interview

Here’s what employers and recruiters are hoping to glean from these simple questions—and how you can prepare to answer them with confidence. Read more…

Animation | The Rise and Fall of Social Media Platforms 

This 2-minute animation provides an entertaining look at the popularity of social media platforms over time, from MySpace to TikTok to LinkedIn View now…

One-liners from the Internet

  • Doesn’t expecting the unexpected make the unexpected expected?
  •     I'm not clumsy, the floor just hates me, the table and chairs are bullies and the walls get in my way.
  •     Life is short, smile while you still have teeth.
  •     The only reason I'm fat is because a tiny body couldn't store all this personality.
  •     I'm jealous of my parents, I'll never have a kid as cool as them.
  •     I'm not lazy, I'm just very relaxed.
  •     Always remember you're unique, just like everyone else.
  •     You're born free, then you're taxed to death.
  •     The best part of going to work is coming back home at the end of the day.
  •     A cookie a day keeps the sadness away. An entire jar of cookies a day brings it back.





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