Put those coronavirus fears behind you! Forget you’re down to your last roll of toilet paper! Because B&T’s teamed with our good friends at ADMA to give you the chance to snare yourself a share of a cool $1000 of booty.
And what’s required to have a chance at the loot? A mere 10-minutes of your time (maybe longer if you’re a procrastinator or a deep thinker) to fill in ADMA’s Professional Skills Census. Check it out here.
Through the survey, ADMA aims to determine what skills are required by agencies and businesses in today’s ever-changing, furiously-paced, digitally-charged landscape.
The survey results will be used to help ADMA determine what skills are lacking and how bosses can remedy a possible skills drought through additional training or upskilling. The survey not only aims to determine what skills are fundamental to success now but, more importantly, what Aussie workers need to be armed with with to take on the jobs and workplaces of the future.
Yes, and that sounds something we should all want to be involved such is its importance.
And, for your valuable time, ADMA will reward five lucky survey respondents with a $200 Westfield gift card. Spend it how you like, with no obligation to stockpile Sorbent toilet tissue.
So, get surveying now! Your answers will provide ADMA with an important snapshot of the modern Australian workplace, it will identify potential skills shortages and, best of all, could see you spending like a politician behind in the polls at your local Westfield sometime soon!
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