Investor Daily — Labour bounce unlikely to have ‘material bearing’ on monetary policy

The unemployment rate has fallen to 3.4 per cent - according to the ABS, down from 3.5 per cent, with the number of Australians employed increasing from 13.58 million to 13.61 million. What are the effects on the job market?

Want a pay rise for Christmas? Six key steps in asking for a pay rise

With inflation sitting at a 30-year high and the Reserve Bank delivering its seventh interest rate rise this year in November, workers should be demanding a wage rise from January 1, 2023, to avoid a plunge in their real wage next year as living costs soar.

Dynamic Business — Five key job trends to emerge in 2023

Kris Grant, CEO of ASPL, has written an article in the Dynamic Business’s discussing the five key job trends to emerge in 2023, which has come off the back of job vacancies expanding substantially and unemployment going low as three percent.

HR Leader — ASPL says inflation is causing more Australians to hold multiple jobs than ever before

The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has released data suggesting many Australians are holding multiple jobs, which has reached record numbers. Our CEO, Kris Grant, indicates this is due to inflation.

HR Leader — As rates and inflation climb, workers’ real wages must be maintained

Our CEO Kris Grant has shared her HR expertise with the HR Leader, on the Reserve Bank of Australia’s recent delivery of another interest rate rise in November, and the implications on employee wages.

Yahoo Finance — Sad truth behind the 1 million Aussies taking a second job

Over 1 million Australians have been taking on a second job this year, but why is it that most are women? According to the ABS, the three industries with the highest number of secondary jobs in 2022 were health care and social assistance; administrative and support services; and education.

Independent Financial Advisor — New data shows staff will walk unless WFH option stays'

Does the traditional leadership style of hierarchical management work in the modern post-pandemic workplace?

InvestorDaily — Gender pay gap remains ‘significant and persistent’

29 August 2022 is Equal Pay Day. Equal Pay Day marks the 60 additional days from the end of the financial year that Australian women must work, on average, to earn the same annual salary earned by men.

The Age — ‘Primary strategy’: Why everyone’s getting poached on LinkedIn

Getting targeted by recruiters on Linkedin? Kris Grant, ASPL's CEO shares why.

SmartCompany — Australians are “quiet quitting” work. Here’s what that means

Have you heard of the term quiet quitting? The idea is “you’re not outright quitting your job, but you’re quitting the idea of going above and beyond,”. Essentially, quiet quitting means meeting the expectations of a job, although being unwilling to overperform or advance in your career.