Covid-19

Bastian Consulting partners
to tackle job losses due to COVID-19

Bastian Consulting, an Australian based boutique search practice that concentrates on sourcing leaders that deliver change across the Asia Pacific region, today announced a partnership with Recruiters Give Back, a non-profit organisation to provide completely free non-obligatory resources for the unemployed caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

According to Tony Richter, Founder, Bastian Consulting, “based on a new analysis by the Grattan Institute, Australia’s unemployment rate could peak at 15%. Between 14 and 26% of Australian workers could be out of work as a direct result of the coronavirus shutdown, and the crisis will have an enduring impact on jobs and the economy for years to come”.

Also, Bastian Consulting in partnership with Recruiters Give Back, wants to help job seekers look at their internal and external resources and work out how they can take one step forward towards a new job/ career. One step towards a positive mental attitude.

Caroline Langston, Director, Recruiters Give Back, says this will be achieved by providing online resources that do not require sign-in or personal data to access information and giving job seekers a safe place to talk to someone about what they can do next.

In addition, Recruiters Give Back has designed and launched a website full of resources free of charge and also set up a global team of recruitment and coaching experts to coach job seekers who would like to talk to someone about their job search.

This free service will help job seekers think of ideas to help take the next step forward in their job search and the best documentation to put forward during an interview process.

To contact Bastian Consulting for more update, click here.

Interested job seekers should log on to https://www.recruitersgiveback.org/ to get started as this partnership helps the world get back to work one step at a time.

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