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The results are in…

With our breath nervously held, the team at Clicks sent out its survey for the quarterly IT Employment Confidence Index last month. Whilst we’re aware that few industries are in a positive situation right now, we felt it was important to continue to collect market sentiment data regardless. The first thing that struck me was…

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How to Get Ahead This Financial Year

We don’t know if it’s just us, but each year seems to roll around faster than the last. The end of the financial year is always a tricky time, trying to balance wrapping things up and celebrating the year that was, while also starting to plan and shift your thinking for the new financial year….

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You Don’t Need to Do the Splits to Be Flexible

It’s been a while since I banged my gender diversity drum. Lately however, there has been lots of media coverage on the impact of COVID-19 on female workforce participation. The Prime Minister even tackled it head-on in his National Press Club speech this week. It’s being argued that women have experienced greater unemployment, as the…

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May 15, 2020

The Workplace Wellbeing Crossroad; Successful Transformation into the ‘New Norm’.

As quickly as we were thrown into this adjustment of WFH and its challenges, we are now faced with the next unknown. Australia and New Zealand have now been fortunate enough to have restrictions reviewed along with active discussions regarding moving into the ‘new normal’. This will bring new challenges to companies. How do we…

May 13, 2020

How Do You Like My Extensions?

If you’re picturing me with Bob Marley dreadlocks or waist-long Mariah Carey tresses, it would be pretty hilarious, but that’s not where I’m coming from. It’s that time of year. Not only are the days getting shorter and the heater needing to be turned on more regularly, hundreds of Clicks contractors with an end date…

April 29, 2020

Is It Just Me, or Does It Feel Like We’ve Entered the Next Phase?

At a meeting with my peers in Clicks’ Executive Leadership Group last week, we reflected on how things felt in general, compared to four weeks ago. In short, the answer was ‘very different’. Yes, there is still huge uncertainty in almost every area of our daily lives. But on a very personal, micro level, the…

April 7, 2020

Redeploying Your Workforce in Response to a Crisis

The redundancies that so often accompany organisational restructure can be highly disruptive. Damage is done to the morale of those left behind, highly trained and loyal workers are lost, and years of in-depth specialist knowledge walk out the door, at an incalculable cost to replace. Redeployment is a preferable option, balanced with the use of…

March 26, 2020

Staying Off the Phishing Hook

An unfortunate reality in situations like this, is that there are people who seek to take advantage of vulnerabilities through phishing and malware attacks. Cybercriminals have already been actively using Coronavirus (COVID-19) to launch phishing attacks via email and SMS messaging. As more and more people begin working from home, it’s important to be alert…

March 19, 2020

How to Work From Home Without Impacting Your Hiring Plans

To quote the iconic John Lennon song Nobody Told Me, we are living in ‘strange days indeed’. And they may get much stranger before they settle down. Some industries are in serious trouble, whilst others can’t hire enough people. And through it all, the wheels of basic infrastructure must continue to turn. If you are…

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