How Would You Remunerate FIFO Workers?

Recently I read a review that was sent to me about FIFO workers and how overpaid they are in Australia. Well I beg to differ – My husband is a FIFO worker and he earns a good salary for what he does (around $140,000 per year) but to be very honest so do most accountants,

Making Difficult Decisions

Recently I have had to make a difficult decision in going forward with my life, which has resulted in me starting a brand new adventure in a brand new country. The downside however is that I will have to say goodbye to a number of wonderful people within a company that has trained me, developed

Turnover: Not Necessarily a Dirty Word

Anybody that knows me knows that I am a passionate supporter of the mighty Parramatta Eels Rugby League club. My support has never dimmed despite recent tough times (our only highlight was making the 2009 grand final where we were beaten by the Melbourne Storm. The Storm was subsequently found to have cheated the salary

Today’s Youth Are Tomorrow’s Leaders

I came across an interesting article published on the Australian Human Resources Institute AHRI website about youth unemployment. The gist of the article brings up the concerning issue of youth unemployment in Australia. On a positive note Australia is a lot better off than other countries (e.g. Greece (53%), Spain (55%), UK (21.1%)) with its