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Recruitment: Five ways to build loyalty, not turnover

High employee turnover is costly for any agribusiness. It typically costs thousands of dollars in advertising charges, interview costs, training time and other expenses every time an employee decides to leave your business. Here’s five tools that can help with retention and reducing turnover. ..Read More

Beef Central, 30/07/2018

Recruitment: Six key elements in effectively managing staff

Here are six key elements that business managers, owners or leaders need to think about as they go about their day-to-day activities, in order to positively manage staff and help develop them into a high-performing team…Read More

James Price, JPA*, 23/07/2021

Recruitment: Three tips on how to manage a team more effectively

A good leader will not only steer (no pun intended) a red meat supply chain business in the right direction, but also motivate and inspire their team at the same time. Here are some tips on effective management for any business in the meat and livestock industry…Read More

Beef Central, 16/07/2021

Recruitment: Eight things exceptional bosses regularly tell their staff

Whether you’re managing a large commercial feedlot with 30 livestock and mill staff, or a small cattle enterprise with a crew of only one or two, your employees’ success depends on your leadership. Thankfully, the solution for motivating team-members and squashing any issues is right at the tip of your tongue. ..Read More

Beef Central, 09/07/2021

Recruitment: Value in boosting employees’ team spirit

Great workplace environments don’t just happen – they are a result of hard work from leaders, and buy-in from staff. But if managers are able to achieve a great work environment, their team will pay them back with consistency, productivity and excellence…Read More

Beef Central, 05/07/2021

Recruitment: How one-on-one meetings with staff can boost performance

Effective management stems from quality relationships and open communication with staff. Yet so many managers and employers avoid regular one-on-one sit-downs and meetings with their personnel, blaming factors such as not enough time, not finding them beneficial or having to discuss complaints or sensitive topics that they would prefer not to…Read More

Beef Central, 25/06/2021

Recruitment: Top 10 tips for getting the best out of your employees

Somewhere in their mission statements and values, most companies claim that their employees are important, yet many fail to fully utilise the intelligence and creative talents of their people…Read More

Beef Central, 18/06/2021

Recruitment: Biloela plant manager’s career path journey sparked by ICMJ

Teys Australia Biloela processing plant manager Ethan Mooney’s Intercollegiate Meat Judging journey has come full circle – from beneficiary of the training program to now playing the role of benefactor to up-and-coming young meat industry professionals…Read More

Beef Central, 11/06/2021

Recruitment: From suburban Sydney to the world of beef

A childhood spent in suburban Sydney is not the typical lineage of an agricultural leader, but Brad Robinson’s international career in the feedlot sector is proof of the value of education and training programs like the Intercollegiate Meat Judging Association…Read More

Beef Central, 04/06/2021

Recruitment: Campaign to challenge gender stereotypes about working in the meat sector

A global campaign backed by leading meat businesses has been launched to change perceptions of careers in the meat industry, highlight female role models and encourage more women to join the sector…Read More

Beef Central, 28/05/2021

Recruitment: ICMJ exposure provides the ticket to AA Co grad program

It is no coincidence that all three of the Australian Agricultural Co’s 2020 graduate intake members were recruited via the Intercollegiate Meat Judging Association. It’s a pathway that has launched at least a dozen careers at AA Co, where the broad mix of skills gained through ICMJ is a highly valued commodity…Read More

Beef Central, 21/05/2021

Recruitment: ICMJ ‘sliding doors moment’ a life changer for Sarah Stewart

In the countdown to the 2021 Inter-Collegiate Meat Judging Association Conference at Wagga in July, Beef Central is publishing a weekly series of case studies on former ICMJ participants, now forging their careers in the meat and livestock industry. Now in its 30th year, ICMJ has a long and successful reputation of attracting graduates to careers in our industry – and as this profile shows, sometimes from non-traditional backgrounds ….     ..Read More

Beef Central, 14/05/2021

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