Business confidence is returning but a new survey shows many bosses still aren’t willing to lift wages to retain talented staff. Bosses at small and medium-sized businesses believe the economy is turning around after a year of plummeting confidence. But the new survey of chief executives also shows they expect wage growth to stay low, Read More…
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It’s no secret – audio is on the rise with more Australians listening to podcasts than ever. In 2018 local audiences grew by 22%, with time spent listening increasing to over 11 hours a week. The market is responding in a big way with an unprecedented level of acquisitions, analytics and deals announced in the Read More…
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H&R Block has partnered with Home Baker and Author, Katherine Sabbath to launch their Grants for Growth initiative – offering support to budding entrepreneurs who need an extra boost to transform a dream from ideation or start-up phase to mainstream. Katherine was a high school history and geography teacher by trade, but turned her big dream into a successful career; Read More…
Today we are discussing the term “entrepreneur” and whether or not it’s a term that is too loosely used. At Dynamic Business, we have seen a change in the way that “entrepreneur” is used and heard lots of different opinions on who qualifies as an entrepreneur. This change in definition most likely correlates with the Read More…
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An industry association has released new data that shows that large-scale pay rate discrepancies occur in 2 in 3 organisations. The findings come from a survey commissioned by the Australian Payroll Association – Australia’s leading network in payroll training, consulting and advisory – asked 601 payroll managers across the country’s big and small businesses and Read More…