This article is originally published on Efma's website. Efma is a global not-for-profit organisation, created by banks & insurance companies to facilitate BDM connections. It provides quality insights to help banks and insurance companies make the right decisions to foster innovation and drive their transformation. Over 3,300 brands in 130 countries are Efma members. Sandy … Continue reading A successful approach to keeping employees happy
If you haven’t heard from us recently, it’s because we’ve been working on something big…our new website and our new offerings! After months of hard work we’re so excited to be able to share it with you > check it out here. Our new website marks the beginning of a whole new chapter for us – … Continue reading It is here! Announcing the launch of Career Money Life’s new website
This article has been submitted to us by Counselling in Melbourne, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. Using Social media sites for networking and connecting with friends and family has become an incessant part of people’s lives. Most people prefer this medium of interaction as it allows them instant connectivity with everyone in their network … Continue reading Can social media leave you socially isolated?
This article is originally published in Startup Daily. Given the adage that a business is only as good as its best employees, it’s no wonder that a range of Australian startups have emerged over the years to help employers in finding and retaining them, from early upstarts such as Seek through to new players such … Continue reading Melbourne’s Career Money Life is a marketplace platform helping companies create curated HR benefits programs
This article has been submitted to us by Counselling in Melbourne, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. Everyone feels sad or low at different points of time in their life. However, depression is not normal sadness. Depression is a mental health condition in which a person feels chronically sad, fatigued, worthless, socially withdrawn and unable … Continue reading What to do when you have a depression relapse