Tag Archive | "Flexibility at Work"

Going on a Holiday? Jurgen Schmechel from Computermaster gives us some tips to help things run smoothly

If you don’t have the luxury of an in-house IT helpdesk, here are a few tips to make sure you holiday is IT hassle free: Set up an Autoresponder for all your email accounts. It’s a matter of professionalism and courtesy to inform your clients and prospects that you can’t yet respond to their emails […]

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Do you know what the average salary is for you industry? How do you compare?

By visiting the MyCareer website you can find out what you’re really worth, what jobs pay what salaries and use our Pay Rise Calculator to see how much of pay rise ends up in your pocket. Here are some interesting stats on Australia’s Best paying sectors:  Sector Avg.  Min Avg. Max Average  Average Australian Salary $90,914 […]

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Executive book summaries

        Tough to find time to read that latest business book? Chances are that between the demands of your work and the desires of your personal life that growing pile of latest release management books keeps slipping down in the priorities of your “to do list”. If you want a way to […]

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Hard Times Demand Teamwork – not individualism

Almost everyone I know who has taken on the responsibility of managing feels the weight of obligation deep in their bones — obligations to the owners of the enterprise, of course, and to customers — but for most, perhaps even more viscerally, obligations to the employees and families that depend on the company for their […]

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New research shows work-life balance is key to attracting and retaining staff

New research shows that work-life balance is a key factor in attracting and retaining staff – even more important than salary. Australians have the dubious honour of working the longest hours of any OECD country, with 20 to 25 per cent of people working more than 50 hours each week. Yet research by productivity consultancy […]

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Is it OK to show some emotion?

Fiona Smith of the AFR writes today that “it’s OK to show some emotion”.  This might be the case for men, but in my experience quite the opposite is true of women in the workplace. It’s true – emotion is becoming part of the authenticity of our leaders.  As long as they are men. While a man who […]

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