How Pymetrics is removing bias from the recruitment process

- October 5, 2018 4 MIN READ

A range of organisations and initiatives have sought to tackle unconscious bias – or straight out bias – in recruitment over the last few years. The Victorian Government, for example, last year launched a pilot program called Recruit Smarter to trial different approaches, such as blind CVs, to address the issue. Approaching the problem with artificial intelligence… Read more »


How to deal with a difficult employee

- August 25, 2017 2 MIN READ

Managing difficult staff is one of the biggest challenges you will face as an employer. They can disrupt the working environment which is detrimental to your business. Poor workplace culture guarantees a poorly performing business in the long run. As the business owner, it is your responsibility to produce the right culture and constantly address, refine and… Read more »


The trick to leading your small business well

- March 2, 2017 2 MIN READ

Manoeuvring the difference between a boss and a leader when you are in a small team can be challenging. You still want to be friendly with them but still need them to be protective and respect you as their ‘boss’. Many ineffective bosses are one step away from being a bully. Often they are completely… Read more »

Business Advice

What to do when hiring for your small business

- January 13, 2017 3 MIN READ

In today’s competitive environment, businesses vie for talent in almost the same way they do for customers. It’s a fast-paced world, where you will be competing against other businesses to get the best of the best. You know your customers intrinsically, so if you want to hire top talent, you should treat potential candidates the… Read more »