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Top Time-Saving Hacks for Finance Leaders

Computer scientist turned accountant, Robert Krigsman is the Principal of Krigsman Partners, a boutique taxation and accounting firm, a Chartered Tax Adviser and Registered Tax Agent with an interest in Australian Start-ups specifically.When he’s not busy running around Fitzroy Gardens, or one of his four children, Robert is a mentor and writer for Startup Smart, a committee member at Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, and is involved with numerous startups working with tech…See More
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The Culture Fit Myth

As the evidence for Diversity and Inclusion in the workplace mounts, the idea of Culture Fit is fast falling from favour. Recruitment attitudes are shifting to consider how diverse candidates can contribute to the culture instead of fitting into it, and hiring processes at forward-thinking companies are being examined in order to remove the notion altogether.What is…See More
Jan 31
Sara Kaplan posted a blog post

The Culture Fit Myth

As the evidence for Diversity and Inclusion in the workplace mounts, the idea of Culture Fit is fast falling from favour. Recruitment attitudes are shifting to consider how diverse candidates can contribute to the culture instead of fitting into it, and hiring processes at forward-thinking companies are being examined in order to remove the notion altogether.What is…See More
Jan 30
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Jan 30
A blog post by Sara Kaplan was featured

We Need to Talk About... Mental Health

The State of Workplace Mental Health in Australia report reveals that one in five Australian workers is currently experiencing a mental health condition and anxiety and depression are the most common of these. With much of people’s time each day spent at work, the workplace is very influential when it comes to mental health and…See More
Jan 18
Sara Kaplan posted a blog post

We Need to Talk About... Mental Health

The State of Workplace Mental Health in Australia report reveals that one in five Australian workers is currently experiencing a mental health condition and anxiety and depression are the most common of these. With much of people’s time each day spent at work, the workplace is very influential when it comes to mental health and…See More
Jan 4
A blog post by Sara Kaplan was featured

Three things I learnt from the movie “The Intern”

The 2015 Nancy Meyers film “The Intern” has been added to Netflix recently and despite cringing at a couple of clichés whilst watching it last night, I noticed a few things we could all learn from it about the modern workplace.1. Blended teams are more productiveThe protagonist played by Robert de Niro is Ben, a 70-year old widower who, bored of his retirement, applies as…See More
Dec 19, 2018
Sara Kaplan posted a blog post

Three things I learnt from the movie “The Intern”

The 2015 Nancy Meyers film “The Intern” has been added to Netflix recently and despite cringing at a couple of clichés whilst watching it last night, I noticed a few things we could all learn from it about the modern workplace.1. Blended teams are more productiveThe protagonist played by Robert de Niro is Ben, a 70-year old widower who, bored of his retirement, applies as…See More
Dec 19, 2018
A blog post by Sara Kaplan was featured

3 Reasons Why Everyone Should Have a Personal Brand by Career Coach, Thai Ngo

Thai Ngo is a recruiter, coach and speaker. The founder of Melbourne based career coaching company The Careerists, Thai is passionate about helping people succeed and uses his 11 years expertise in the workplace to help people succeed in getting that dream job.I believe that company branding is the…See More
Dec 12, 2018
Sara Kaplan posted a blog post

3 Reasons Why Everyone Should Have a Personal Brand by Career Coach, Thai Ngo

Thai Ngo is a recruiter, coach and speaker. The founder of Melbourne based career coaching company The Careerists, Thai is passionate about helping people succeed and uses his 11 years expertise in the workplace to help people succeed in getting that dream job.I believe that company branding is the…See More
Dec 12, 2018
A blog post by Sara Kaplan was featured

The 7 Jobs you Should be Outsourcing Right Now

No matter the size, all businesses have those admin tasks that are at once important, not urgent, and also really boring. There’s two options, you coulda) bump these tasks down the to-do list indefinitely, orb) move away from the work you actually enjoy (and what you get paid for) to get them done yourself.As a small business, we face the same challenges so we thought we’d share how we use our own service to make our lives a little easier and work a little more efficiently. Here’s seven jobs we…See More
Nov 29, 2018
Sara Kaplan posted a blog post

The 7 Jobs you Should be Outsourcing Right Now

No matter the size, all businesses have those admin tasks that are at once important, not urgent, and also really boring. There’s two options, you coulda) bump these tasks down the to-do list indefinitely, orb) move away from the work you actually enjoy (and what you get paid for) to get them done yourself.As a small business, we face the same challenges so we thought we’d share how we use our own service to make our lives a little easier and work a little more efficiently. Here’s seven jobs we…See More
Nov 28, 2018
A blog post by Sara Kaplan was featured

How to Improve Productivity at Work by Ben Eatwell. Part 2 of 2

My last post covered how business leaders are looking to build agility and foster innovation into their organisations by using Project teams. Now I want to look at the second approach that came out from my research: breaking down roles into activities and subsequently optimising tasks.Prioritisation According to a report by McKinsey, 30%-60% of a front line managers…See More
Nov 22, 2018
Sara Kaplan posted a blog post

How to Improve Productivity at Work by Ben Eatwell. Part 2 of 2

My last post covered how business leaders are looking to build agility and foster innovation into their organisations by using Project teams. Now I want to look at the second approach that came out from my research: breaking down roles into activities and subsequently optimising tasks.Prioritisation According to a report by McKinsey, 30%-60% of a front line managers…See More
Nov 21, 2018

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Making words work harder
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http://www.weployapp.com/blog
How many employees in your company?
50-99
What areas of HR are you particularly passionate about?
Corporate Culture, Gig Economy, Diversity, Efficiency
What kind of networking are you open to?
Open networking, Referrals between friends, Very targeted/niche, Invitation only

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Top Time-Saving Hacks for Finance Leaders

Posted on March 13, 2019 at 15:00 0 Comments

Computer scientist turned accountant, Robert Krigsman is the Principal of Krigsman Partners, a boutique taxation and accounting firm, a Chartered Tax Adviser and Registered Tax Agent with an interest in Australian Start-ups specifically.

When he’s not busy running around Fitzroy Gardens, or one of his four children, Robert is a mentor and writer for Startup Smart, a committee member at Chartered Accountants…

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The Culture Fit Myth

Posted on January 30, 2019 at 10:23 0 Comments

As the evidence for Diversity and Inclusion in the workplace mounts, the idea of Culture Fit is fast falling from favour. Recruitment attitudes are shifting to consider how diverse candidates can contribute to the culture instead of fitting into it, and hiring processes at forward-thinking companies are being examined in order to remove the notion altogether.…

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We Need to Talk About... Mental Health

Posted on January 4, 2019 at 9:30 0 Comments

The State of Workplace Mental Health in Australia report reveals that one in five Australian workers is currently experiencing a mental health condition and…

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Three things I learnt from the movie “The Intern”

Posted on December 19, 2018 at 10:51 0 Comments

The 2015 Nancy Meyers film “The Intern” has been added to Netflix recently and despite cringing at a couple of clichés whilst watching it last night, I noticed a few things we could all learn from it about the modern workplace.

1. Blended teams are more…

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