Flinders Lane (between King and Spenser) Share 150 sqm Quality furnished open plan Suit up to 4 people (making a total of 8 people in the space) $1650 pcm plus GST, two months minimum / Two months bond Single desks from $500 pcm plus GST
Looking for a walk in and start working office (suitable for up to 4 people) in the CBD? You’ll have exclusive access to 4 fully furnished workstations with high speed Wi-Fi in a spacious open plan office with four others.
The office has a casual professional look with a shared conference table, shared kitchen and access to networked printers and phones.
Fully accessible building with classy fit-out occupied by owner manager.
Looking for stable arrangement with trusted outfit. Must have positive professional outlook and ethical business.
Two months bond plus rent paid in advance monthly – minimum of two months term
$1650 pcm plus GST / $500 per desk pcm plus GST Includes internet, power and cleaning (fortnightly) Plus share of telecom Plus cost of consumables
First time job seekers are urged to check their online self
Students are urged to check the privacy settings on their social media accounts and to search for their online self to see what prospective employers might find.
According to ACTU Worksite, many young job seekers don’t realise that employers will often use the web to check out job applicants.
Watch ACTU Worksite’s interview hopeful Ralph – we’re not sure his neat suit and tie and great resume will save him from this … watch now.
Wazup? says Radical Ralph
Radical Ralph was dreamt up by Melbourne-based writer and actor Tim Potter. (You might’ve seen Tim recently on the SBS comedy hit Legally Brown or in his regular stage gig with Red Stitch Actors Theatre. Radical Ralph is played by fellow actor Matt Whitty.)
The video is part of the popular www.worksite.actu.org.au website which is visited by over 10,000 secondary school students every month.
Top tips from ACTU Worksite for Schools
• Google your name to see what comes up.
• Get a professional sounding email address, simple variations on your name are best
• Create a professional sounding voicemail on your phone. If you miss a call from a potential employer it means they will get a good first impression.
Year 10s can be a fickle bunch. But their reception of our drama about first jobs has really blown us away.
With 23 performances to over 2,500 students Work! It’s an experience has been an exciting and sometimes nerve-racking introduction to producing a drama incursion and workshop to secondary schools.
Thanks to everyone who was involved in making the May season such a great success. Red Stitch Actors Theatre cast members Tim Potter, Rosie Lockhart and Chrissy O’Neill; writer Peter Houghton; director Anne Browning and stage manager Melissa McNab.
Kudos to Bartholomew Walsh our wonderful MC who kept the questions flowing in our workshop Q and A and to our generous panel guests who answered some tricky questions from students.
ACTU Worksite for Schools also wishes to thank the following unions for their support ACTU, SDA, United Voice, AEU, VIEU and Victorian Trades Hall Council.
We are working on making the incursions available to regional areas of Victoria in 2014.
To enquire about the play for your students, call Kim Hall at Edunity on 9534 2833 or email [email protected]
We’ve got together with the ACTU and Red Stitch Actors Theatre to create a fast-paced, informative drama and discussion panel about getting and keeping your first job.
Work! It’s an experience comes to your school, with all actors, props and panel guests.
The play highlights different issues that students may face within their first working experience, including correct pay and conditions, safe and fair workplace, getting skills and dealing with bullying.
Learn how to deal with tricky work situations.
Get the opportunity to ask questions and share their experiences with an expert panel.
Learn about employer expectations and their responsibilities.
Learn about their rights to correct pay and conditions, a safe and fair workplace, getting skills and dealing with bullying.
With a limited season in May 2013, book your incursion now to avoid disappointment.