Talented employees have a plethora of opportunities to pursue rewarding careers in both corporates and small businesses, so what does it take to become a great employer that doesn’t break the bank? For many, the nine to five work day is an outdated concept. It is more common for teams to enjoy some flexible boundaries. “For… Read more »
According to the latest Business Index survey from Sensis, more than six in ten (61%) small and medium businesses believe they have a diverse workforce, led by the Health and Community services (83%), hospitality (73%) and manufacturing (67%) sectors. The questions within the survey aimed to comprehend the construction of small and medium businesses across… Read more »
On average, an employee in Australia and New Zealand wastes three hours each week, with most of this time taken up by unnecessary administrative tasks.
Nearly half of Australia’s workforce is likely to be looking for a new job in the next 12 months – as workplaces across the country struggle to renew in time to cope with modern challenges.
The idea that older workers struggle more than their younger colleagues with technology has been debunked by a comprehensive new survey by Dropbox.
With an economy in transition, Australia is facing new challenges when it comes to attracting and retaining a high potential workforce.
The NSW Government’s ‘Get Healthy at Work’ research has revealed money businesses can save by having a healthy workforce.
Cloud based workplace management group, Deputy analysed more than 400,000 shifts performed by 10,000 workers from the past six months in five of Australia’s major cities.
The Federal Government has delayed a decision over its proposed ‘backpacker tax’, creating uncertainly in sourcing agricultural labour.
Technology will only continue to change how we work. Leaders that use it to their advantage will see their businesses thrive.
The latest Australia’s Digital Pulse reinforces the much-publicised fact that a major skills shift is underway in our economy.
Australian full-time workers are putting in on average 4.25 unpaid hours per week amounting to $71.2 billion in unpaid work per year.