This article is authored by Sarah Cohen and is originally published by Dear Paris. Redundancy sparked Sandy Hutchison’s second life. Her pivot from HR director and partner—a role she had been working towards for 16 years—to business owner was, while not always easy, definitely worth it. Sandy’s business, Career Money Life, aims to empower employees in … Continue reading Mentor Moment: Entrepreneur Sandy Hutchison on starting a business, loneliness and living in the moment
The trend of providing employee-style benefits to contingent workers is overall positive, but recruiters and contractor management organisations are wearing most of the associated legal risks, a seasoned HR professional says. The contracting model traditionally used to be "we'll do your payroll and your super, but you're kind of on your own for the rest … Continue reading Clients demanding more from contingent workforce providers
Helping mature-age workers re-enter the workforce, change careers or explore more rewarding semi-retirement options is such a big part of what we do, and we’re so proud to have been promoted on this morning’s Today show for doing just that!’ Watch us here. If you’re a company who wants to do more for their mature workforce, … Continue reading Career Money Life in the Today Show
This article is originally published in the HRD. Research from Deloitte indicates that 56% of HR leaders are being pushed to take on a larger role in driving their organizations toward digital transformation. It’s something Neil Baker, director of people & culture at law firm Cooper Grace Ward, has witnessed firsthand. In his view, the … Continue reading Buckling under the pressure?
This article is originally published in Circle In. Circle In is Australia's first FREE career resource for working mothers. To celebrate Mother’s Day, we spoke to Sandy Hutchison and her 14-year-old daughter Alex about what it’s like juggling a high-powered corporate career with having children (and what it’s like growing up with this person as your mum!). … Continue reading A Mother and Daughter’s Perspective on the Working Juggle