Claire Hibbit

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Claire Hibbit is an intern at Dynamic Business and has just completed a Bachelor of Journalism, majoring in Communication and Media Management from the University of South Australia. She enjoys all things media and travelling.

The surprising reasons behind fake sick days

We revealed the surprising reasons behind fake sick days, in March. Catch up with the story here.

CBA launches customisable POS system technologies

The Commonwealth Bank has launched a number of new point-of-sale (POS) payment system technologies, designed to improve the POS experience for both consumers and merchants.

Pay optimism strong in Australia and Asia-Pacific, says research

While employees in many European countries hold little hope of seeing their salaries rise to match inflation, research has found Australians and workers in the Asia Pacific are feeling optimistic when it comes to their pay packet.

Not so sweet: Darrell Lea enters administration

Iconic chocolate and confectionary company Darrell Lea has entered administration after 85 years of business, leaving the future of more than 700 workers in doubt.

Credit claims spike, according to new report

More SMBs are looking to secure their cashflow and funding thanks to the tightening credit market, with a report finding a staggering surge in credit insurance claims during May.

Revenue falls cause SMB economic confidence to bottom out

Falling revenue is causing small business economic confidence to dwindle, according to new research. Despite these sales falls, a fifth of SMBs say they're feeling optimistic that conditions will begin to improve over the next 12 months.

Spending up, but confidence remains fragile

Consumer spending across the country is continuing to rise, but as businesses become more optimistic, experts are warning consumer confidence remains fragile.

A healthy approach to network marketing

Like most 20-year-olds, Nancy On was searching for exactly what she wanted to do with her life and becoming increasingly frustrated when she couldn't figure it out. And now, just six years later, Nancy has achieved staggering success in an unlikely form - network marketing.

Nine things employees want from their employers, now

SMB owners and managers take note: Recognition and improved work/life balance are the keys to employee retention, or so says a new poll which asked employees what they most want from their business - right now.

Employment optimism dwindling in small businesses

Employment optimism is dwindling as are local job prospects, as a new survey reveals a decline in the number of businesses looking to hire employees for the next quarter.

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Apple Watch features that allow users to monitor their heart rate will finally be made available in Australia, over two years since first being introduced.