There are always great things happening at INS. Check out our latest media stories highlighting the excellence of our leaders and team:
6 June 2018 – ABC News
While job interviews are a great opportunity to showcase your abilities, they can also present some pretty awkward moments. Written by INS CEO, Sophia Symeou.
31 May 2018 – Parents at Work
INS Career Management is an impressive trailblazer for family friendly small businesses! The company provide a free on-site crèche, flexible working, daily yoga, boxing, walking clubs and more.
10 April 2018 – A Future That Works
For many working parents, the idea of having a nanny to look after your child in close proximity to your workplace for free, sounds like a dream. However, for the 45 employees at INS Career Management – a specialised HR company in Sydney – it is a reality.
01 April 2018 – 2UE Talking Lifestyle Radio
CEO of INS Career Management, Sophia Symeou joins Rob and Mieke to discuss ageism in the workplace.
22 February 2018 – Channel 7 Sunrise
It can be hard for employers to attract and keep good workers these days – especially parents who are torn between work and looking after their kids. One business has found the solution by creating one of the most family friendly workplaces we’ve ever seen!
20 February 2018 – ABC News – Sophia Symeou
Instead of a job for life, it’s now generally accepted we will have a portfolio of careers — a series of roles and three to four different career paths.
15 February 2018 – news.com.au – Lisa Mayoh
We’ve all heard about those cool offices with bean bags, ping pong tables and free food. Those perks have nothing on this.
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The state’s HSC students found out today whether they’re going to university and if they got into the course they wanted.
12 January 2018 – 7 News Sydney
Our CEO, Sophia Symeou, appeared on Channel 7 news recently discussing the notifications of university entries for high school graduates. While university is the path of choice for many, there are multiple journeys a career seeker can take.