A $228,000 fine has been handed down to the operator of a travel services company for underpaying an employee because she thinks the requirement of minimum pay rates is “just crazy”.
The theory that it’s mostly unhappy customers that head online to share reviews is being challenged, with new figures suggesting it’s those happy consumers that are willing to put their positive opinions on the World Wide Web.
Around 100 suppliers have been paid back $12 million by Coles after buyers were found to have employed “threatening” tactics in their dealings.
Three-quarters of small business employees, and not to mention the majority of freelancers, maintain an office in their home. But a proper workspace at home doesn’t come cheap.
Using networks and tools, organisations are discovering ways to showcase products, provide responsive customer service, build brand loyalty, demonstrate thought leadership, reach new customers, recruit employees, and more.
Australia’s standing in the OECD rankings for employment of mature age workers has moved up, yet it still remains far behind New Zealand’s strong results.
Cloud-based accounting software company Xero and file hosting service Dropbox have today announced a strategic partnership that will see both services integrated for collaboration.
With the end of the financial year behind us now is the time of year to come up with resolutions, especially for small to medium sized enterprises.
Have you ever stopped to think what it was like being an SMB just a decade ago? For some of you, this scenario might even have been a reality.
The last few months, we have been reverse engineering our business, website and services to evolve and the process has been interesting, but challenging.
With high profile security breaches such as the iCloud and Sony hacks hitting the headlines last year, the concern for the security of our own personal information and sensitive data continues to mount as we await the next high profile attack.
Carsguide’s campaign includes an eyebrow-raising billboard on Punt Road in Melbourne. The billboard, situated right next to the Carsales head office, reads “Let lightning strike those who sell your contact details to dealers”.
In today’s super-connected, always-on era, businesses of almost any size can reach markets and customers beyond their borders with unprecedented ease.