Since 2002, Labourpower has been finding quality labour hire solutions for organisations across Australia. We successfully partner with clients in key industry sectors to provide great opportunities for candidates.
Labourpower has temporary, permanent, contract, part-time and casual labour positions available in key industry sectors, well-known brands and best companies in every state. Be the first to know about new labour hire opportunities, find jobs all around Australia and let us help you make a great impression with your next employer.
Click on the link below and login to the Candidate Services portal where you can submit your timesheet each week online
Your resume (or CV) is a document marketing your skills and experience with the aim of winning you an interview. To help you get a foot in the door with potential employers, we’ve put together some tips and advice to help you write a resume that gets you noticed.
Creating an Effective Resume
Your resume should highlight your skills, qualifications and experience. Make sure you present the following details in a way that is easy to read and understand. Personal Details Names, Address, Phone and Email are all essential for employers or agents to contact you. Your date of birth, marital status, health status etc are all optional inclusions and you are not obliged to disclose any of these details on your resume. Educational Qualifications List all the qualifications you have attained since leaving school. Professional Development List any professional accreditations you have attained and any additional training courses you have attended. Skill Summary Think about the positions you are applying for and which of your skills are the most relevant…
At Labourpower, we understand that interviews can be daunting. So to help you make a great impression with your potential employers we’ve put together some tips and advice to set you on the path to success.
Preparing for an Interview
Before you go to your interview, make sure that you have done your homework on the company first. Your Labourpower Candidate Manager will help you with your preparation but you should always review the company’s website and any other reference material you can find.
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At Labourpower, we are committed to answering all your questions to help you make a great impression with potential employers, find your ideal job and enjoy your work. Here is a list of some of the more frequently asked questions by Labourpower candidates. If you do not find the answer you’re looking for, please contact your nearest Labourpower office or speak to your Labourpower Candidate Manager.
1. What do I wear?
It is advisable to ask your Candidate Manager about the work environment and what the expected uniform requirements are.
We will provide you with high visibility work wear but you will be required to wear safety boots and long / short industrial pants / shorts
Even if there is an informal dress code, you must never wear open toe shoes.