The gig economy is nothing new. It was first used in 2009 to describe the upcoming workforce trend. A gig economy engages employers, workers, and customers in short-term contracts. Although the gig economy promotes entrepreneurship and offers flexibility, autonomy, and limitless innovation, it raises concerns about workplace protections. The emerging gig economy jobs can be both good and bad. The variability in the quality of employment allows us to evaluate the conflicting costs and benefits related to the spread of this type of work. Continue reading below to know the dimensions of job quality in the gig economy.
Every time someone leaves an organisation, there is an opportunity to hire someone new and keep them engaged for a long time. However, a compelling employee value proposition is only one part of attracting top talent. Other aspects of the process include focusing on the incoming enthusiastic talent and ensuring they have a positive experience during the recruitment process.
Australians joined together at the Jobs and Skills Summit to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing the country’s economy and employment market. As a result, the Summit’s consensus led to immediate actions and opportunities for medium- and long-term reform for a more productive workforce. Furthermore, the Treasury website provides a summary of the Jobs and Skills Summit 2022.
Australians are encouraged to ask their friends, family, colleagues, or acquaintances one fundamental question – ‘are you ok?’ Everything you need to know about R U OK? Day will be discussed by us. Above all, this day normalises a conversation that can be challenging. Still, some doubt whether the workplace is the right place to have those conversations.
R U OK? Day allows employers to educate their team members about the importance of checking in on their colleagues and foster a culture where they feel comfortable answering honestly. Therefore, we have compiled everything you need to know about R U OK? Day to ensure your team members are mentally healthy.
VeiraMal Consulting acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples as the traditional owners of the lands on which we work and live. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging and acknowledge that sovereignty of the land we know as Australia has never been ceded