For years we’ve known that inclusion and diversity (I&D) in the workplace can have a positive impact on teams and performance. Now, studies are showing that companies with traditional hiring models could lose out on more than just talented candidates.
When it comes to remote working, the one thing we learned over the past 18 months is that working in the office doesn’t necessarily equate to happier employees or higher productivity levels.
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For the majority of us, working from home has now become quite the norm. This new way of working certainly has a lot of perks – you miss the rush-hour traffic, you can save on child care fees and you can do your job from the comfort of your own home.
There is no doubt that company culture matters. Culture defines the way in which a business operates, the way tasks are managed, how colleagues interact with each other and with their customers.
Today is R U OK? Day – and as 2020 has thrown many of us a curveball, it’s never been more important to highlight the importance of asking a friend, colleague, or loved one “are you okay?”
If customer engagement and marketing is the face of your organisation, your company culture and working environment is the personality.
Many Australian businesses have been challenged by the economic conditions brought about by Covid-19.
Eat. Play. Love.
There’s no doubt pets have been a group of unsung heroes while we’ve been working from home to help flatten the Covid-19 curve.
Working in a retail or supplier business can be stressful even at the best of times, let alone with an unstable economy and global pandemic upon us.
We may be socially isolating ourselves from one another, but the community spirit is alive and well.
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