7 May 2021
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ATO crackdown on fringe benefits and how their data matching can catch you!

If you’re driving around in a Ferrari but declaring an income of only $20k a year, you better adjust your rear vision mirror because the ATO are coming for you.

Could sustainability set your next event apart?

Here's why you should consider sustainability when planning your events and what you can do to make them sustainable.

How many Aussie businesses are going broke?

Is news that 192 businesses across the country bit the dust in January a worry? Will the end of JobKeeper magnify this number? Is this the canary in the coal mine?

I want to invest in environmental and ethical products but what’s greenwashing?

To satisfy the increased demand for Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG)/Sustainable style products, some firms have launched new products or rebranded existing ones. The alert for advisers and investors is: do any of these products overstate their ESG credentials i.e. greenwashing?

If James Packer loses his crown, he’ll get even richer!

It would be a far, far better thing than he’s ever done before, if James Packer lets go of Crown.

Emerging from the pandemic – the future of workplaces

While working from home has brought rapid adoption of new technologies and shifting perspectives on working outside of the office, how might the demand for office space be impacted?

Is it payback time for lucky JobKeeper businesses?

Should retailer Nick Scali (and any business that’s had a surprising Coronavirus windfall) payback the taxpayer funded Jobkeeper?

What Mark Bouris taught me this week

A legend who’s always willing to learn and who operates off the words “win and learn” is a legend indeed.

The importance of integrating health and wellbeing into your next event

Mental health and wellbeing are just as, if not more important than physical wellbeing when it comes to thriving in life.

What’s loyalty got to do with it?

Is loyalty to a boss a virtue that’s dying or is it a value that winners hold firm?

Why can’t employees just go back to their offices?

The 1991 recession changed us and partly explained why we went 30 years without another one. Shouldn’t we be doing whatever it takes to restore normality?

Will the future of work be part office, part home?

The office is not dead, but will it look different going forward? And for how long?

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