‘The Only 3 Stress Management Techniques You Really Need to Know’

At the risk of stating the obvious, it has been a stressful time.

Not only are we living through a once in a century pandemic. To make matters worse, the measures we have taken as a result have destroyed the economy. Not to mention our social lives.

If you are feeling a little stressed, well, that is normal.

How should businesses respond to the corona-virus outbreak?

There is little else people are talking about right now besides the corona-virus.

With good reason. At the time of writing, roughly 1.5 million people have been infected globally and nearly 90,000 have lost their lives.

In Australia, we’ve reached 6,000 recorded cases, and 50 deaths.

How to be more productive when working from home

With the corona virus outbreak threatening to overwhelm our health system, many of us are choosing to self isolate.

For others, it’s only a matter of time before we’re told to stay home.

This will mean an enforced layoff for some workers, such as those in hospitality.

Seven Essential Recruiting Strategies

Effective recruiting is essential to the success of any business.

The right team can make a good business great and a great business exceptional. On the flip side, unpleasant or dissatisfied staff and a toxic workplace culture can derail even the best businesses.

How To Break Bad Habits

Bad habits can be a huge barrier to success.

At the very least, they waste our time and stop us from achieving our goals. At their worst, they can be truly debilitating. They can threaten our health, our career prospects and our financial stability.

Last month’s post, ‘How To Build Healthy Habits’, described some useful techniques for incorporating healthy habits into our lives.

Five Tips for Retaining Top Talent

It’s never been more difficult to retain your best talent than it is today.

For a range of reasons, people change jobs far more often than they used to. According to Harvard Business Review, Baby Boomers are likely to hold an average of 11 or 12 jobs in their lifetimes.

A Layperson’s Guide to the Law of Director’s Duties

Most businesses in Australia are run through a company. Almost invariably then, if you’re a business owner, you will also be a company director.

You may even be a director of a company, but have little to do with running its business. For example, your spouse may have asked you to be a director.

Six Ways To Improve Cyber Security For Your Business 

It seems that every month brings a new suite of stories concerning data breaches and hacking attempts at besieged organisations across the world. In May 2019, hackers targeted the US Customers and Border Protection Agency, stealing photos of travellers and license plates related to about 100,000 people.

LinkedIn: How to stand out!

Since its establishment in 2002, LinkedIn, now owned by Microsoft, has emerged as a critical tool for recruiters and people seeking new employment opportunities.

As of June 2019, LinkedIn had 630 million registered members in 200 countries and is used by 92 per cent of Fortune 500 companies.

Some Tips for Working Safely at Heights

Working at heights poses numerous dangers, and is responsible for many serious and fatal injuries every year. In WA, many workers are exposed to heights every day, whether working from ladders, scaffolds and platforms, on roofs, over tanks and pits, or on vehicles or trailers.