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THINKING: 03.07.2019

Are gigs the future of work or is the gig (economy) up?

The future of work was meant to involve the Uberisation of everything, but in-built limitations may find the ‘sugary drink’ world of the gig economy confined to niches of the employment market.

ViDEO: 21.10.2018

The next big thing in payroll

The future of employee payments will be much more immediate and flexible, but what do employers need to know? ReadyTech sat down with Aussiepay and ePayroll general manager Daniel Wyner to find out what the brave new world of on-demand employee payments means for your business.

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NEWS: 22.07.2019

ReadyTech recognised for innovation in disability employment services

The National Employment Services Association (NESA) has named ReadyTech business Esher House’s collaboration with WISE Employment as a 2019 Innovation in Disability Employment Award finalist.

Marc Washbourne, ReadyTech CEO, with Federal Minister for Families and Social Services, Paul Fletcher and JobReady’s Head of Product Chris McMillan.
NEWS: 10.04.2019

ReadyTech to assist Government and PwC with jobseeker pilot

ReadyTech has been selected to assist the Federal Government and PwC with a $3 million jobseeker trial in South Western Sydney that aims to help 250 older jobseekers find and sustain employment.

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NEWS: 04.04.2019

VET review, Budget signal changes to system

The release of the Federal Government’s expert review into vocational education and training and the Federal Budget have recommended changes to the VET system. Read on below for a summary of key recommendations and funding as well as ReadyTech’s full submission to the review.

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THINKING: 21.10.2018

Why behavioural sciences are critical to the future of work

There have been several phases that could be considered a ‘cognitive revolution’ across the history of our species, but none have had as rapid an impact as the one we are

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THINKING: 03.07.2019

Are gigs the future of work or is the gig (economy) up?

The future of work was meant to involve the Uberisation of everything, but in-built limitations may find the ‘sugary drink’ world of the gig economy confined to niches of the employment market.

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THINKING: 21.10.2018

Q&A: The flexible pay future of payroll – The next big thing in payroll? 

When considered in the context of employment and the future of work, leadership in education has never been more important. Technology is rapidly changing the workplace and the jobs required in the future and there is an imperative to adapt our education systems to meet these new challenges.

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THINKING: 21.10.2018

What innovation really means (and how to do it)

Innovation is a term we hear a lot in today’s tech-driven world. While there’s no doubt people know it’s an important part of remaining competitive – both now and into the future – understanding what innovation actually means and how to apply it within your own business context can be difficult.

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NEWS: 22.07.2019

ReadyTech recognised for innovation in disability employment services

The National Employment Services Association (NESA) has named ReadyTech business Esher House’s collaboration with WISE Employment as a 2019 Innovation in Disability Employment Award finalist.

Marc Washbourne, ReadyTech CEO, with Federal Minister for Families and Social Services, Paul Fletcher and JobReady’s Head of Product Chris McMillan.

NEWS: 10.04.2019

ReadyTech to assist Government and PwC with jobseeker pilot

ReadyTech has been selected to assist the Federal Government and PwC with a $3 million jobseeker trial in South Western Sydney that aims to help 250 older jobseekers find and sustain employment.

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NEWS: 04.04.2019

VET review, Budget signal changes to system

The release of the Federal Government’s expert review into vocational education and training and the Federal Budget have recommended changes to the VET system. Read on below for a summary of key recommendations and funding as well as ReadyTech’s full submission to the review.

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The next big thing in payroll

The future of employee payments will be much more immediate and flexible, but what do employers need to know? Aussiepay and ePayroll general manager Daniel Wyner explains.

Opening door on Accessability Day

Employment means a lot to those who are seeking it. On Accessibility Day, ReadyTech was honoured to give a few enthusiastic jobseekers the chance to experience working life at a fast-growing tech company.

Behavioural science and employment 

Are human beings logical actors motivated by financial incentives, or should governments instead be seeing us through the lens of four key principles of human behaviour when designing the employment services system? Esher House CEO Darren Coppin explains.

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PODCAST: 04.06.2019

The Gig Economy and Remote Work with Andrew Joyce

The gig economy once promised to set workers free from office cubicles and give businesses a way to engage flexible workforces at will. But is the reality short-changing employees and employers?

PODCAST: 08.05.2019

The Millennial Mind with Saxon Phipps

What do millennials really think about education and work and are we failing to support their success? In this episode of WorkED, ReadyTech CEO Marc Washbourne sits down with Year 13 co-founder Saxon Phipps for a challenging conversation about millennials, meaning and the future of work.

PODCAST: 18.03.2019

Reinventing education with Sara Caplan

In WorkED’s first podcast, we sit down with leading workforce skills and education thinker Sara Caplan, the current national skills lead at PwC, and take on higher ed around the world, the resurgence of vocational education, and her call for employers to get busy playing a role as the reskillers of the future.