by A. Charles Smith The bland tale might drone on that he has led a very full life. ‘You must be kidding,’ Larry Pickering, cartoonist, raconteur and radical blogger would resoundingly advocate. This bloke’s life has been lived to the Continue reading Larry Pickering — Larrikin, Agitator
The Hon. Charlie Lynn Political travel rorts have dominated our headlines since Bronnie Bishop’s halo was ejected through the rotor blades of a helicopter on a bleak city visit. Revelations since then have exposed a travel rort that is unacceptable Continue reading Rorts and Politics
Craig McCallum, Director Marketing and Media, TAFE Western Sydney It’s the third largest economy in Australia but in pockets has some of the state’s largest unemployment figures and employers are telling us that they cannot fill some jobs. The economy Continue reading Skills Barometer Checks Employment Pressure in Western Sydney
Bruce Gleeson, FCA – Principal, Jones Partners Insolvency & Business Recovery In the July-August issue I wrote about bankruptcy and the family home and typically what happens when an individual enters into bankruptcy and has an ownership interest in the Continue reading Bankruptcy and the Family Home Part 2 – The Doctrine of Exoneration
David Kelly, General Manager, Grech and Bannerman Lawyers Grech and Bannerman Lawyers have been providing expert legal advice to the residents and businesses in the Hills and surrounding districts for many years. Over the years we have developed a reputation Continue reading Quality Client Service Delivery and Building Relationships. The Holy Grail!
by Nicole Baines “What on earth has happened to business networking groups?” “When did the deal come to mean more than the person?” These were the questions I found myself asking colleagues early in 2014. Having been a part of Continue reading Business Networking the Good Old-fashioned Way
Melissa Harries, Principal Psychologist, Mindset Abilities Being in business takes a toll. The pursuit of success also requires a level of sacrifice, whether that be time lost with family and friends, less time at the gym, even the simplicity of Continue reading Time to Check in: How is Your Mental Health?
Bekir Kilic, Managing Director, PRO IT Pty Limited The Australian newspaper on 8th July reported that Tony Abbott chaired a meeting of the country’s business chiefs to discuss how to deal with the growing threat of cyber attacks amid estimates Continue reading Cyber Security – Is Your Business Protected?
Cher Campbell, Director, iPlace Recruitment Having been a recruiter for 16 years, I regularly encounter the constant juggle between managing the decision maker and the candidate’s expectations when trying to find the perfect candidate. We look at the opportunity from Continue reading They’re Just Not That into You
by Jared Goodwin, Bowermans Office Furniture Office furniture is arguably as important as the location of your business. You and your colleagues will be spending at least 8 hours a day, 5 days a week in the office. So here Continue reading Office Furniture: Workplace Comfort and Safety