The Singapore SME cyber preparedness report by Chubb mentions that companies and organisations have been more at risk of having their data made public or stolen, be it through a deliberate cyber attack from an external or internal party or as a result of system error or human error. Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are … Continue reading Chubb Case Study Report: Chubb’s Singapore SME Cyber Preparedness
Roads and pavement materials consist mostly of crushed rock and aggregate there is opportunity to utilise alternative more sustainable materials incorporating recycled products. VicRoads sent out a technical note that intended to provide guidance in the use of recycled materials in pavement and road works as an alternative to the use of conventional material which … Continue reading How VicRoads use recycled materials to improve asphalt sustainability
Christine Aarons is the Executive Assistant and Administration Manager to the Chief Information Officer at the University of Technology Sydney. She is an accomplished and experienced Senior Executive Assistant with more than 20 years’ experience working in legal professional services, financial services industry and more recently Higher Education. Christine has worked in small … Continue reading Executive Assistant shares her journey working across Asia
With an increase in assertiveness from major regulators such as ASIC & ACCC, more so than ever in today’s environment, corporate entities need to ensure their relationships with regulators are strong and transparent. We asked Judilyn Beaumont, Executive Manager, Legal – Insurance & Marketplace Suncorp Group about her experience working with the regulators and how … Continue reading The evolution of the regulatory environment
Don’t have positive employee experience or any at all for that matter? Well, you need to have a read of this and realise that you won’t have any employees working in your company, let alone any experience if you don’t have a successful onboarding process. Onboarding is one of the final stages of the recruitment … Continue reading Successful onboarding will improve your employee experience!
As your role as executive or personal assistant evolves, it’s essential to take control of your professional development and understand how you can move beyond efficiently performing your core duties and create additional value for your employer. The team at Criterion Conferences spoke to Kathryn Moir, EA to the Chief Executive, Australian Red Cross Blood … Continue reading Winner of CEO Magazine’s 2018 Executive Assistant of the Year reflects on her journey as an EA
Employee engagement is a top talent issue that is plaguing many organisations at the moment. But the once that are most complacent is the Higher Education Sector. According to a Deloitte report university employee engagement has benefits such as increased faculty retention and enhanced student attainment. Source: Deloitte Report The 3 lowest performing … Continue reading Tips & Tricks on increasing Employee Engagement
Australia has begun its trek towards an Open Banking Regime, but still has a lot to learn from the UK, which is much further down the implementation process. Chris Michael, the Chief Technology Officer with the UK’s Open Banking Implementation Entity (OBIE) spoke with InnovationAus.com about the challenges and the journey the UK is facing … Continue reading What can Australia learn from the UK’s Open Banking Experience