Recruitment: ICMJ worked for Natalie’s meat industry career

WHEN Natalie Bell attended her first Inter-Collegiate Meat Judging Association event, she never expected it would one day alter her career path…Read More

Sheep Central, August 12, 2022

Recruitment: Separating the wheat from the chaff in job applicants

A GOOD initial interview should give an employer a feel for a candidate’s skillset and experience for the job and whether they’d be a good cultural fit for the organisation…Read More

Sheep Central, July 22, 2022

Recruitment: ICMJ develops leadership skills for red meat’s future

Now, more than ever, employees are choosing red meat industry supply chain workplaces where they feel valued and believe in the overall mission of the business. It’s not surprising, then, that the most successful agribusinesses will always have a solid workplace culture in place…Read More

Sheep Central, July 8, 2022

Recruitment: Five ways to motivate staff and improve their engagement

Finding staff who are motivated and willing to go the extra mile can be tough for employers in the meat and livestock industry – whether it be in lamb or wool production, lotfeeding or processing…Read More

Sheep Central, June 11, 2022

Recruitment: Why an employee induction program is important

WHETHER yours is a small lamb or wool-producing business or a larger enterprise somewhere along the livestock supply chain, you’ll need an employee induction program…Read More

Jon Condon, April 14, 2022

Recruitment: How to start new workers on the right foot

IT can be a long process to find the person you believe is truly a great fit for your business and then the ‘on-boarding’ process begins.’..Read More

Sheep Central, April 8, 2022

Recruitment: Don’t under-estimate the importance of the exit interview

Some of the most honest and priceless feedback comes from employees that are leaving an organisation. Although it is typically too late to save that employee, they can provide helpful information for managers to consider improving the work environment for others…Read More

Sheep Central, April 1, 2022

Recruitment: Attracting next-gen workers into meat

AGRICULTURAL researchers are working to create an innovative and skilled meat processing workforce for the future…Read More

Sheep Central, March 11, 2022

Recruitment: Stoking the ‘passion fire’ among your staff

TAKING deliberate steps toward keeping employees passionate and engaged is like preventative healthcare for your business. When employees are passionate about when they do, it can be infectious; however, disengagement can also spread like a disease, affecting those around them…Read More

Sheep Central, February 25, 2022

Recruitment: Why it’s important to manage fatigue

MEAT and livestock business managers need to be conscious of the condition of their employees and know how to reduce levels of fatigue, where possible…Read More

Sheep Central, February 11, 2022

Recruitment: Three reasons why good employees might leave

IT shouldn’t be surprising to any red meat and livestock supply business that when good employees don’t feel appreciated or valued, they’re unlikely to stay around for long. ..Read More

Sheep Central, January 28, 2022

Recruitment: Some sage advice for first year jackaroos

STANBROKE head stockman Ben Reardon provides some tried, true and reflective advice for first-time jackaroos before they roll a swag and head out on their first horseback muster. ..Read More

Sheep Central, January 24, 2022

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