COVID has prompted businesses to go digital, making cyberattacks an easy job for scammers. Small businesses are especially at risk because of the lack of resources to purchase high security tools and software. Consider using the following strategies to avoid each type of risk to give your business the extra protection it needs. Avoiding Phishing […]
Having a strong digital presence has now become a basic part of running a business. Business owners are investing time and resources into developing and upgrading their websites. An important thing to remember during this process of website migration is efficiency. When shifting from one website host to another, poor planning can lead to longer […]
Traditionally, it has always been much easier to manage employees and ensure collaborative productivity through onsite and in-office procedures. However, with the COVID-19 outbreak forcing many businesses to continue their operations online business owners and employees are understandably struggling to keep productive and synergised while working individually from home. To help with keeping businesses running […]
Diversity and Inclusion is a growing concept that many businesses – from SMEs to MNCs – all around the world are grappling to understand and implement into their workplace. But what exactly does D&I entail and why is it becoming so important for businesses and employees? Social inequality has long been a complex global problem […]
How you spend your money determines how well you can save you money. Spending more than you have or buying unnecessarily can severely impact how efficiently you can save. Sometimes you aren’t even aware of the small habits that are actually limiting your savings capabilities. Here are a few bad money habits that are getting […]
The NHVic Conference is an annual highlight for Victoria’s neighbourhood house sector, proudly brought to you by the state peak body Neighbourhood Houses Victoria. Now in it’s 32nd year, the conference brings together neighbourhood house managers, staff and committee members, and other relevant stakeholders in the community services sector, to be inspired, learn something new, […]
Ensuring the safety of employees in the workplace should be one of the top priorities for managers and business owners. This will not only improve your employees’ health and wellbeing but will help you avoid any arduous paperwork and legal obligations that can arise from even the smallest of injuries. Here are some technological tools […]
Employee share schemes (ESS) provide employees with a financial share in the organisation that they work for. They can be offered by organisations as a way to grow their business by attracting, retaining and motivating their employees. How they work: ESS gives employees shares in the organisation they work for at a discounted price, and […]
Labor has announced that it will implement its plan to restrict negative gearing to new investment properties and halve the capital gains tax discount from 1 January 2020.
The date, announced by shadow treasurer Chris Bowen, will limit negative gearing to new housing, with all investments made prior to the date to be fully grandfathered. Likewise, the CGT discount will be halved to 25 per cent for investments entered into after 1 January 2020.
Don’t forget to tune in to The Project at 6:30pm this Sunday to see one of our clients, Andrew Kinch from GameAware!
Is excessive video gaming a source of friction in your household? If so, watch The Project this Sunday at 6:30pm on Channel 10 to see how this can be reduced. One of our clients, Andrew Kinch, from GameAware will explain how GameAware provides help to Australian families who struggle with video games by working to […]