How do I organise a handover at work if I am leaving?

How do I organise a handover at work if I am leaving?

A handover should always be as descriptive as possible, providing the person who is taking over the role with as much detail as possible. Explain your current tasks and what needs to be actioned from them, provide contact details and next steps required. Create a handover document that is so descriptive, someone who doesn’t work for the company is able to undertake the tasks. 

 

For more information contact Simone Allan, Director at Mondo Search on 1300 737 917 or email: simone@mondosearch.com.au.

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How do I tell my work that I am pregnant?

Call a meeting with your direct manager and explain you would like to have a personal conversation with them. Most companies have policies in place protecting women who are pregnant. Get your manager to gather some information together on what you are entitled to whilst on maternity leave etc

 

For more information contact Simone Allan, Director at Mondo Search on 1300 737 917 or email: simone@mondosearch.com.au.

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How to ask for help at work without looking bad?

Asking questions (within reason) is to be expected within a working environment. None of us know everything, have the confidence to know that no questions is a wrong question.

 

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A role just opened up above me – how do I suggest myself for the position?

Contact your manager and organise a meeting with them suggesting that you would like to discuss your career steps within the company. Provide examples of why and how you are a suitable candidate for the position above you and present your case as if you were applying for the role externally.

 

For more information contact Simone Allan, Director at Mondo Search on 1300 737 917 or email: simone@mondosearch.com.au.

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What are some interview questions they’re likely to ask me?

 

Generally, questions surrounding strengths and weaknesses are often asked. Be prepared to discuss why you are leaving your current role or why you are looking for another job. Salary expectation are often asked towards the end of the interview.

 

 

 

For more information contact Simone Allan, Director at Mondo Search on 1300 737 917 or email: simone@mondosearch.com.au.

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How often am I expected to use examples in my answers?

When a question is asked that requires an explanation of how you undertook the task/work at hand. I.e. have you ever trained a team of more than 10 people? That would be a good time to explain when and how you did so.

 

For more information contact Simone Allan, Director at Mondo Search on 1300 737 917 or email: simone@mondosearch.com.au.

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