If employers listen to what their employees most enjoy about working from home, we may see a decentralisation of much of the workforce from the cities to the metropolitan growth areas – a key reason why we should embrace the concept of living and working ‘locally.
“We’re delighted to be working with the NFL and be providing them with the VLAST platform. We created the VLAST platform from our own lived experience, understanding that the player activation process was not as efficient as it needed to be,” said James Begley, CEO of VLAST.
Talent X is a pioneer people agency integrating business consulting and talent acquisition to maximise profitability whilst helping companies and employees find happiness together.
Technical skills will remain important and continue to evolve however, with a significant shift toward hybrid working models, some soft skills have become nothing short of absolutely essential, such as communication and work ethic
The research found that according to employees, workplaces are more focused on inclusivity and becoming less hierarchical through using less formal communication channels.
lobal survey data released by Asana found almost three quarters of Australians and New Zealanders suffered burnout at some stage in 2020, with the average office worker’s overtime nearly doubling and just 15% of Australian workers feeling heard by their organisation.
Zapid Hire, the world’s fastest and all-Australian hiring platform for high-volume industries including retail, hospitality, food service and sales work has launched and Aussie businesses are taking to the app in droves especially as we near the end of lockdown restrictions.
TBWA Melbourne, with their spot The Ocean Is Filthy creatives were the deserved winners of the 2021 SKIPPYS competition beating off another three agencies in the process.
The increasing numbers of people prepared to buy property sight unseen could prove to be a financial disaster, according to a Sydney buyers’ agent, BFP Property Buyers.
Qualys, Inc., announced the appointment of Rahn Wakeley as Chief Technology Security Officer for Australia and New Zealand.