Read MoreWill Artificial Intelligence make the PM’s job redundant?
September 04, 2018
I must admit, I am a little torn when it comes to deciding how I feel about yet another Australian Prime Minister not serving out […]
Read MoreDisunity Leads to Disaster
August 27, 2018
Australia has another Prime Minister. Once upon a time, this would be huge news but I am starting to feel numb with this change. Since […]
Read MoreThe Wake Up Call We Need
August 06, 2018
I use an alarm to get out of bed midweek. I set it early enough for me to get up, shower and get ready for […]
Read MoreHow To Run A Marathon
July 30, 2018
A couple of weeks ago I returned from a quick overseas trip to Hawaii. While I was there, my brother messaged me asking if I […]
Read MoreMore Resilient Than Plastic.
July 09, 2018
Ok, let’s talk about this ban on single use plastic bags. There seems to be various reactions to this new rule that some major supermarkets […]
Read MoreWhy you should hire someone over age 55
June 25, 2018
Unconscious bias happens to many of us. But, does age-old experience get in the way of securing your Mr or Mrs Right? Here’s why you […]
Read MoreTop 5 Myths in Employee and Industrial Relations
June 19, 2018
April was a record month for our Consulting area, a popular area is around the Employee Relations and Industrial Relations legislation. We are lucky to […]
Read MoreHow to Better Understand and Avoid Work Stress
June 04, 2018
Work stress is very common. And many of us can be quite blasé about it. However, we should not be so flippant as work stress […]
Read MoreControversial: Working Through Your Lunch Break Doesn’t Make You a Better Worker !
May 28, 2018
Hey, you. The one glued to your computer screen and typing away on your keyboard between bites of your lunch. Put down the food. Walk […]
Read MoreAre you embracing and using new technology tools to your advantage?
May 15, 2018
For those of you who know me, I love great Thai food. Having lived a number of my formative years in Thailand, there is nothing […]