The importance of Fringe Networking

  Karen Tisdell, who recently became a Career, Money Life Certified Supplier, has some great advice on how to build your network, not just when you are looking for a new role, but all the time, with wide circles of people who may be able to help you and you can give back to.  Karen … Continue reading The importance of Fringe Networking

Can prior behaviour be considered in dismissals?

Recent Fair Work Commission ruling reported in  Smart Company shows the complexity of dismissals based on prior behaviours. This reinforces the importance of due process and good documentation when dealing with employee dismissals. The exit process is often a challenging one, even for some of the leading companies. It can go wrong, leaving an organisation with bad press and … Continue reading Can prior behaviour be considered in dismissals?

Another tech giant getting the people stuff wrong

First, it was Twitter and now Yahoo, why can't these giant tech companies manage employee transitions? It is claimed that Yahoo recently made 30 employees redundant by mistake. Talk about a difficult conversation for a manager to have. "Hey, about that your fired thing, don't worry about it, we actually got it wrong, you're not … Continue reading Another tech giant getting the people stuff wrong

Leaving the corporate world for a start up?

This article  on career change is a great read on understanding your priorities and what it takes to make a successful transition to your own business. Hope you enjoy it. Career Money Life can support you or your employees through any aspect of  career transition or career development. Contact us to find out how we can … Continue reading Leaving the corporate world for a start up?

How a conversation led to my ah ha moment…

Career Money Life all started over a dinner conversation, one about life decisions and next steps. As a former executive I had often been involved in making decisions about the development of employees or job cuts in my organisation. I sometimes had a nagging question over whether we were addressing the specific needs of certain … Continue reading How a conversation led to my ah ha moment…