Protecting your business from cybercrime

Protecting your business from cybercrime

Having a digital presence nowadays is crucial to getting the most out of marketing your business. However, being online puts you at risk of being a target for cybercrime, which means that you and your customers are at risk of being scammed, hacked, harassed or stalked. Business owners have legal responsibilities to ensure that their…

What is Organisational Culture

What is Organisational Culture?

Understanding what organisational structure is can help with making decisions about your business in all areas. Organisational culture is multifaceted, it consists of the shared values, beliefs and norms in the workplace, and determines employee interactions as well as customer interactions. There are four types of organisational cultures. Clan Culture: Focussed on collaboration between teams…

Making employees feel valued

Making employees feel valued

Statistics have shown that employees who feel valued are more motivated to perform their best. But how can a business make employees feel valued so that they can encourage this behaviou Recognition It can be as simple as letting employees know that they are valued. This can occur one-on-one or in group settings. Vocalising appreciation…

Making employees feel valued

Making employees feel valued

Statistics have shown that employees who feel valued are more motivated to perform their best. But how can a business make employees feel valued so that they can encourage this behaviour? Recognition It can be as simple as letting employees know that they are valued. This can occur one-on-one or in group settings. Vocalising appreciation…

How to upscale your business

How to upscale your business

Set realistic and actionable goals Businesses should set realistic and actionable small goals which they can work towards, rather broad goals which provide no direction. Setting broad and unrealistic goals is demotivating and makes any progress made seem insignificant. Every person in the business should be given a target to meet over a reasonable timeline…

Building a social media strategy

Building a social media strategy

The right social media strategy can boost customer interaction and improve customer relationships. A social media strategy will help plan out the type of content that needs to be made, when it needs to be posted, and which platforms are best suitable for your business. What are your social media goals: What do you wish…

Dealing with interview jitters

Dealing with interview jitters

An interview can be intimidating even if you are the perfect person for the job. Improving your performance during an interview can be a matter of learning to alleviate your anxiety. Preparing for your interview can be extremely helpful. Read about the company and what they do Prepare your responses to common interview questions (strengths,…

Readapting to working from the office

As businesses are looking to bring their employees back into work, it is important to ensure that your workstyle practices allow you to seamlessly integrate into working from the office. Try adopting these changes to make your transition into the office space easier. Structure your daily routine Working in an office space structures your day,…

Dealing with work related anxiety

Dealing with work-related anxiety

Studies have shown that while only 9% of individuals have a diagnosed anxiety disorder, 40% experience ongoing stress or anxiety in their daily lives. For many, work can be the source of constant stress. Signs that you may be feeling anxious at work include excessive or irrational worrying, sweating, increased heart rate, feeling jittery, or…

Dividing relationship property when you separate

Dividing relationship property when you separate

Couples going through a separation or divorce will need to properly divide their relationship property to avoid legal and financial complications down the line. Separating couples who were married, in a civil union partnership or in a de facto relationship will be affected by the Property (Relationships) Act 1976 (the PRA) when dividing relationship property.…