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When kids outnumber the staff, you need a work life balance strategy

Longtail UX is an Australian SaaS startup with a bit of difference; it’s family driven values have determined a great work life balance for...

How to achieve a better work-life balance

When you run a business, you can become increasingly isolated from those around you, simply because you are so determined to make it work....

Three things an entrepreneur should know once they’ve decided to pursue the startup life

You have a great idea, and you know you can turn it into a profitable one. But taking the step into startup land is...

How to successfully work with your family

Starting a business with my wife and sister-in-law has been one of the best decisions I have ever made. Contrary to popular belief, working...

The modern workplace and how to adapt

Greg Scileppi, President of International Staffing Operations at Robert Half International, looks at how to deal with changes in the workforce and create a...

The rise of the ‘Dadpreneur’: five tips for fathers looking to start a lifestyle business

The number of dads using flexible working arrangements to care for their children has doubled since the mid 90s, according to the Australian Bureau...

Are your employees working overtime during the EOFY rush? If so, you must tread carefully

As the 2016-2017 financial year comes to an end, businesses are hastily tying up loose ends in preparation for the new financial year. Often...

The importance of striking a work-life balance that keeps all eyes on the ball, not the door

People worldwide continue to search for the elusive ‘sweet spot’ where their careers do not impinge on life ‘outside the office’, and vice versa....

Understanding why employees move on

As a recruiter, I am surprised by the number of employers who are caught unawares when one of their staff quits to pursue a...

Is work-life balance a myth for start-ups?

The decision to launch a start-up is often justified by statements such as "it was time to do something on my own”, “now was as...