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Will workers comp salary expectations keep growing? Early insights into the Workforce Intel Survey

When HAYLO People undertook their nationally-acclaimed salary survey, Workforce Intel, in 2020, they pre-empted some concerning trends for the workers’ compensation sector. Higher salary expectations, an increased appetite for flexibility, and an alarming proportion of people looking to vacate their roles, were among the predictions that rocked the sector shortly thereafter. As the company commences…

31 Jan 2024, by Amy Sarcevic

Business | Technology

The surprising ingredient needed for a globally competitive innovation hub

Much of the value underpinning innovation hubs is the physical proximity they give to each piece of the ecosystem in which budding entrepreneurs are trying to get ahead. In just one building or site, fledgling technologists can typically access financiers, advisers, scientists and hands-on mentors, often within walking distance. Dr Cory Mulvihill, Chief of Staff…

4 Oct 2023, by Amy Sarcevic

Business | Strategy & Management

A Comprehensive Guide to Contract Risk Management

An average of 25% of the workforce is engaged in contract management in some capacity, according to a report from World Commerce & Contracting. Contracts are the lifeblood of enterprises, defining the rules of engagement in business relationships. As the complexity and volume of contracts grow with the scale of your business, the management of contract-related…

13 Sep 2023, by Kristen Gutierrez

Banking & Finance | Business

The scam type that almost always goes under the radar

Conning the average victim out of $20,000, the world of digital fraud is becoming increasingly costly, prompting the ACCC to call for a “united front” in tackling the issue earlier this year. Much of the response so far has focussed on big-ticket cases involving a high level of technical sophistication. While these measures are important,…

8 Aug 2023, by Amy Sarcevic

Business | Energy & Utilities | Mining & Resources

How Kwinana is working towards its net zero future

VISIT KWINANA WEBSITE   With the likes of BP and Woodside Energy planning hydrogen hubs, the Kwinana Industrial Area of the Western Trade Coast is fast building a reputation as a hotspot for decarbonisation initiatives. But with plans to build a new port, Westport, now steaming ahead, what will this mean for the area’s carbon…

3 Aug 2023, by Amy Sarcevic

Business | Defence & Security

What have we learned from recent major data breaches? Insights from the NSW Privacy Commissioner

With an average cost of $3.35 million, data breaches often leave behind a trail of destruction. But as NSW Privacy Commissioner Samantha Gavel points out - ahead of her keynote at the Australian Privacy Forum - they also leave valuable clues on how to improve data security. Ms Gavel and her team at the Information…

1 Dec 2022, by Amy Sarcevic


What do online companies need to know about the Online Safety Act?

The online environment offers a wealth of opportunities, but it is also an increasingly treacherous place, where cyber bullying, abuse, and explicit content are all too common. Since 2015, eSafety has dealt with more than 61,000 complaints concerning illegal or restricted content and, last year alone, 29.1 million reports of materials involving child sexual exploitation…

29 Nov 2022, by Amy Sarcevic

Business | Defence & Security

How to manage customer data in a high threat environment – tips from a cyber lawyer

With cyber criminals stepping up their assaults on Australian corporations - and the privacy regulator soon to receive new powers – the prospect of a data breach has become acutely worrying for business leaders in recent weeks. While ransomware attacks have been on an upward trend for several decades, the recent coverage of Optus and…

21 Nov 2022, by Amy Sarcevic


Closing the execution gap in corporate sustainability

Setting ambitious sustainability goals is an important move for any corporation in today’s world. Aside from the ethical implications of corporate social responsibility (CSR), clients and investors are becoming increasingly discerning about the companies they do business with – and many are now demanding cleaner practices. The recent uprise of the Principles of Responsible Investment…

19 Aug 2022, by Amy Sarcevic

Banking & Finance | Business

How to minimise regulatory risk for BNPL products

The Buy Now Pay Later industry has received a lot of scrutiny since its inception, with some consumer advocates questioning the ethics of financing at the point-of-sale. Amid high levels of consumer debt and low financial literacy, some believe the largely unregulated market – popular with younger demographics - may expose people to financial harm.…

12 May 2022, by Amy Sarcevic
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