Staffing news stories
The rise of digital gifting in the workplace
The name itself does most of the explaining; it’s a gift you receive virtually. But a misconception about digital gifts is that they need to be redeemed virtually as well.
Training & certification: It's time for leaders to loosen the purse strings
Here we explore reasons that companies can benefit from investing in staff training and certification as well as ways to persuade leadership teams to invest.
Workday helps Swyftx make the right people decisions
Australian-owned and operated cryptocurrency exchange, Swyftx, uses Workday's Voice of the Employee platform to properly listen to employees.
Xero opens new Melbourne HQ to help drive tech talent
Xero has opened a new Melbourne headquarters in a bid to attract and retain tech talent locally.
Lack of technology options limiting workplace flexibility today
Due to closed borders and Omicron isolation requirements, many Australian businesses have faced worker shortages, creating operational and customer service challenges.
New Citrix study says employees prefer remote work to office work
According to a new poll conducted by Citrix, nearly 80% of employees say they would rather work in a hybrid way, and more than 70% would prefer to remain fully remote.
Chatbots a major player in business growth according to new research
Chatbots are slowly taking over more business sectors, with the pandemic accelerating an increase in chatbot software solutions to help meet the demands of workplaces.
Sydney startup Metigy announces global expansion to assists SMEs with digital marketing
Sydney based AI marketing startup Metigy has expanded its reach to the USA and Singapore, as COVID-19 continues to drive SMEs to digital marketing globally.
Strengthening supply chain resilience amid VUCA
As Australia begins to emerge from lockdown manufacturers continue to suffer from shortages, hindering the recovery of their downstream customers. Whether it's transportation bottlenecks or crippling ransomware attacks and labour shortages, shocks to supply chains now reverberate on a global level.