Your support network

Progressive Recruitment has over 25 years of experience in Engineering,
IT, Logistics and Supply Chain and
Construction industries giving you up to date market knowledge and invaluable advice to help you as you make your next career move. 

We work with our clients across a broad range of industries and positions to place contract and permanent roles, temp-to-perm and account management jobs ensuring you have access to an extensive range of jobs from mid-level roles to c-suite titles. 

With the added strength of our extensive global support network and infrastructure, our consultants offer you the highest level of service and expertise to meet your needs now and in the future. 

From the day you begin searching for your next job to securing an agreement and receiving follow-up support where necessary, Progressive Recruitment guides you throughout each stage of the journey.

We provide you with expert advice to prepare you for the interview process and offer post-placement support so that you progress well within the company and any concerns can be addressed immediately, ensuring your future success. 

The new normal: thinking (and acting) outside the box

16 Aug 2019

Commercial Manager Charlie Cox discusses what employers and contractors can do to ensure an Outside IR35 determination.

Tags: IR35

2019 Salary Guide: Find out where you rank amongst your peers in Australia

15 Aug 2019

Our salary guide also provides an overview of key market trends in addition to the skills that would be the most sought after over 2019 through to 2020. Find out where you rank amongst your peers in Australia.

Why Change Managers are increasingly important?

14 Aug 2019

Over the past three years, the demand for Change Managers across Australia has been steadily on the rise. In today’s technology-led world, being able to adapt to constant change is what makes any business sustainable in the long-term.

Tags: APAC

How to support working mothers in your organisation?

14 Aug 2019

A recent study conducted by HR training provider DPG reported that 9 in 10 women experience challenges when transitioning back to work from maternity leave. The survey further sheds light on the following issues.