The Michael Page Talent Trends report reveals that 43 per cent of businesses expect to increase their headcount in 2021.
2020 has been a year where the discussion of workplace flexibility has been at the forefront of every company in Australia. With what has been a pretty unpredictable year, it has been difficult for business owners and leaders to create lasting company policy regarding the flexibility of their employees and their workplace culture. There’s a… Continue reading Let’s talk: Flexibility in the workplace
Did you know that only two per cent of female business owners exceed $1 million in revenue? As a business owner myself, when I found this out recently, I found it absolutely staggering. What that means is that most female entrepreneurs toil away without the big gains. Never really progressing past side hustles, start-ups or… Continue reading Why do only 2 per cent of female business owners earn over $1 million in revenue?
You’ve got the idea, you’ve done the research and your plans are ready and waiting; but finding someone to invest in an untested business model seems nigh on impossible. It’s the usual conundrum. A recent report from the UK suggested that despite high levels of confidence amongst younger entrepreneurs, many are being held back by… Continue reading Why Gemini3 received a ‘kick-start’ from St George Bank
If there’s one thing that separates great companies from the rest of the pack, it’s that they are never afraid of change. When the world or their industry changes around them — as it often does — great companies rise to the challenge, and ensure they aren’t left behind. Innovation can come in different packages.… Continue reading Don’t become the next forgotten brand: Why entrepreneurship matters to all companies
We all know people are the most important asset to a company and certainly when it comes to attracting the best, the big guns can pull out some compelling ammunition.
Who is the proverbial ‘ideal worker’? New research tells us he is young, male and unattached – but this mentality is stifling growth opportunities for your business.
Australian workers are seeking more benefits from their employers – additional leave and more flexibility are top of the list.
In a bid to advance gender equality in the local workforce, a new bill has been introduced through the House of Representatives with the intention of delivering greater workplace flexibility to both genders.
An increasing number of small and medium businesses are adopting flexible working practices, and they’re seeing rises in productivity and revenue as a result.