HB Group is a service-oriented Recruitment and Human Resources Services business situated in Toowoomba on the Darling Downs. We have a reputation for providing a quality service ensuring the best outcomes for all parties. This reputation has been built on quality long-term partnerships which have been established with our clients and our candidates over a period of twenty years. This is evidenced by the number of clients who have continued to utilise our services during the past twenty years, and who have assisted us in expanding the scope of our products and services.
HB Group is a market leader in the provision of Recruitment and Human Resources.
We have a steadfast commitment to quality, and our professional ethics are evident across our entire business operations.
Our team goes to great lengths for our clients and candidates.
Staff retention is a serious concern for many employers. Losing a valued employee is both costly and disruptive. Recruitment is not the only cost involved. There are hidden costs because it takes the average employee about three months to get up to speed in a new job.
You’ve just landed that dream job and now it is time to resign from your current position. Resigning from a job can be very stressful for all involved, and it is important, particularly in a small city like Toowoomba, to do so with dignity. After all, you never know when you will come across your former supervisor or colleagues again, or need a reference from them!
With the recent news that Toowoomba has one of the lowest unemployment rates – 3.7% - in Queensland ABS Labour Force Survey 2015 we are reminded how fortunate we are to live in this wonderful city. Toowoomba Regional Council has recently launched a new slogan for the region “Rich Traditions, Bold Ambitions”, along with bright and bold branding, and while the rich traditions are alive and well, the bold ambitions are more evident than ever before.
If you’re currently looking for work in Toowoomba, chances are you’ve read a million blog posts (ok, maybe a slight exaggeration) on what to do at a job interview.
But all that “do this, do that” stuff can get rather overwhelming. So in this blog post, we thought we’d take the opposite approach. Rather than talking about what to do, we figured we’d talk about what not to do.