CA, CPA or Masters

DFP Accounting recruiter Nilesh Fonseca shares his opinions and experiences in finance and accounting. I often get asked this question by many of my candidates… and I think it’s a fair question. As a CPA and accounting recruiter, I’m in a unique position to provide some guidance. Admittedly, I never received a decent answer from the […]

Dfp accepting award

DFP Recruitment is the first labour hire recruitment company in Australia to become a Disability Confident Recruiter (DCR).  The Australian Network on Disability (AND) presented DFP with the DCR certificate following an intense 7 month program that began in January this year. DFP Recruitment places great emphasis on inclusion and accessibility by providing opportunities for […]

gender equality

On July 20 2016, DFP and the Gender, Leadership and Social  Sustainability Research Unit (GLASS) at Monash University, conducted a forum on progressing gender equality in the workplace. The forum was set up to generate innovation and commitment to building gender equality in the workplace beyond ‘flexible work options’ such as working from home or varied start and […]

Caring Manager

As organisations continue to focus on reducing absenteeism, presenteeism remains a problem that’s unaddressed. With the cost and occurrence of presenteeism being higher than absenteeism, why aren’t organisations focusing more it?  Dr. David Batman, GCC Chief Medical Officer, says that addressing presenteeism directly is challenging because it’s often symptoms of a deeper issue faced by […]

Tired at work

While Absenteeism can be obvious and easier to measure, presenteeism is subtle and difficult to pin point. Presenteeism is when an employee is physically at work but is not being productive. Or as Journalist and Commentator Joe Queenan colourfully puts it “Presenteeism is a situation that arises when sick employees drag their forlorn carcasses into […]