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Roxanne Calder

Roxanne Calder

Roxanne Calder, the author of ‘Employable – 7 Attributes to Assuring Your Working Future’ (Major Street $29.95), is the founder and managing director of EST10 – one of Sydney’s most successful administration recruitment agencies. Roxanne is passionate about uncovering people’s potential and watching their careers soar.

Roxanne Calder is an opinion columnist for the CEOWORLD magazine. You can follow her on LinkedIn.
Roxanne Calder
CEO Insider

It’s time to rethink the gender negotiation game

It is 2023, and to our chagrin, men still achieve better economic results in negotiations than women. The research shows this, but as a career advisor, I also know it to be true. It is evident when coaching women on salary negotiations and career advancements, and sadly, despite knowing better,...
Roxanne Calder
CEO Journal

Why employee loyalty is the new black

Shūshin koyō: the Japanese term for lifetime employment. With strong links to company pride, security, family, and loyalty, it is a legacy of the post-war era. As Japan tried to rebuild its devastated economy, the demand for labour skyrocketed. Sound familiar? Whilst lifetime employment is not an overly Western concept,...
CEO Agenda

Old School Making a Comeback

I am proudly old school, and not alone. There are many more of us out there. Underground, we have become the alternative subculture. Not to defy change but preserve what we know works. Resistant to superficial innovation, just for the fake of it and a preference for enduring qualities, we...
Roxanne Calder
CEO Insights

The good and the bad of headhunting

We refer to it as headhunting to add mystique and enchantment, but it really is executive search. Traditionally and in days prior to the excruciating boa constricting squeeze for talent, the big names (or heads), heavy hitters of industry were headhunted. These executives did not look for jobs. They were...
CEO Insider

Why entitlement is a career derailer

Some social and business commentators and experts refer to our current time as the ‘age of entitlement’.  Entitlement has always been present in our workforce–to some degree. Social norms have changed dramatically over the past few decades. Since we respect, value, and encourage individuality more in today’s world, what was hidden...
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