Ian Neil

Ian Neil SC is a leading Australian barrister who specialises in employment and industrial law.

Three ways to ensure your employees work safely from home

When a pandemic effects a revolution, by making remote work common, employers must re-think their approach. They have to answer this question: How do you ensure a safe place of work when that place is an employee’s home? Here are three practical suggestions.

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State Government Funding Worth $50,000 Now Available to Victorian SMEs to Adopt and Develop Technology

The state government has announced SMEs will be able to apply for up to $50,000 in funding for innovation tech projects from this month.

$1,500 rebate scheme opens for NSW small businesses

Small businesses and not-for-profits in NSW are now able to apply for rebates of up to $1,500 thanks to a new rebate scheme aimed to offset NSW and local government fees.

How One Not-For-Profit is Ending Hunger for Disadvantaged Aussie School Kids

As a charitable Australian organisation tackling food poverty in school children, Eat Up is fast becoming a household name. Lyndon Galea, founder and CEO...

Should your organisation be implementing gamification?

Today, 97% of Fortune 500 countries use game-based learning in the workplace to level up employee engagement. Incorporating games in the workplace can breathe new life into company meetings, and enhance the workplace culture and employee experience.

The Australia India Business Exchange (AIBX) to provide support for Aussie exporters

The trade and investment relationship between Australia and India will be strengthened by the launch of the Australia India Business Exchange (AIBX).

How to find a great co-founder for your start-up

You’ve got a great idea and like the idea of a co-founder. So, who would be a great fit for you? Here are some pointers...

How hiring remote developers is changing the digital industry

There's been perhaps no better time to take advantage of what the rise in remote work can offer your business...