We’ve powered up profiles on goodwork with a bunch of new additions including sharing, social media links, and your connections list.
We focus on some of our fave lady tradies who are proving it’s not just a ‘boys club’ anymore.
Most tradie jobs aren’t filled by job sites like Seek or Gumtree. When you talk to anyone who’s been in the industry for a while, they’ll tell you that it’s who you know that really matters. Having a strong network means you’ll keep getting recommendations for jobs. And that’s the best way to make sure you have a steady stream of work. That’s not a problem if you’re comfortable talking to new people. But what…
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We thought we’d take a look at some common tradie stereotypes and see if we could sort the fact from the fiction. Fair to say that the results surprised even us!
Check out these ways to make the best of the tradie life and get more repeat work.
Tradesmen and women have built the cornerstones of our magnificent country. They’re out there day in day out doing back-breaking, sometimes dirty, always physical, skilled work. The jobs that we all rely on are being done by these very talented individuals – building us houses, buildings, fences, and roads, giving us electricity, water and gas. We absolutely can’t live without these superhumans that we call Trades People. The Better Half I am a Plumbers Wife,…
We take a look at why safety management is so important when working in construction.
We’ve updated the way you get in touch with tradies who have posted jobs on goodwork. Making one feature on goodwork all the more powerful. Your profile.
Tradie life is pretty rewarding, but it’s not just tradies who live it. Anyone in the household of a tradie goes through it too. We’ve collected some key signs that you live with a tradie below — how many of them hit the mark in your household?