With organisations needing to tighten their spending and review work practices and internal talent pool, now is a great time for leaders to consider doing things differently. The continued growth of freelancer and specialist marketplaces as a source of excellent talent is not going to stop any time soon and organisations that leverage these specialist skills will be amongst the leaders of the post COVID world.
At a time of recession, focus on the core business is everything and how…Continue
By January 2023, 34% of all jobs will be provided by the gig economy according to statistics released in January 2019 (Robert Half)
For years there have been concerns about the casualisation of work and the resulting disempowerment of labour. Recent events during the COVID-19 crises have highlighted the flimsy rights of the casual workforce. In Australia, the recent case of WorkPack Pty Ltd vs Rossato  FCAFC 84 clarified the distinction between permanent and casual employees…Continue
Current social distancing rules and COVID-19 workplace safety measures are making it hard to undertake ‘business as usual’ for the investigation of complaints or claims.
Business are developing work practices that enable these functions to occur whilst ensuring that no person is placed at risk of contracting the virus.
The legal system has found these changes challenging but last week the Victoria Courts announced its strategy for conducting…