12
Jan

Blog: How Couples Can Find Balance While Working from Home

Hopefully, the summer break has given us the opportunity to relax, re-evaluate, and re-set. As we head into the New Year, take 5 minutes out to read Harvard Business Review’s blog on working from home. By re-negotiating remote working strategies and agreeing on how everyone’s work-life balance can be achieved, you’ll definitely be in for a more harmonious and amiable
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8
Jan

Blog: The Best New Year’s Mental Health Resolutions for 2021!

2020 was unimaginably tough and a period that we hope will never be repeated. Working remotely, still going to the office, homeschooling, even online shopping, and video calls have come with challenges that we’ve had to overcome and increased our stress levels no end.   As we begin our 2021 journey, now is the time to enjoy some time out,
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5
Jan

Blog: Christmas Afterglow and New Beginnings

It’s that in-between time when we’re looking forward to the promise of what the new year will bring as well as having the end of year downtime to enjoy the treats and gifts that Christmas gave us.     Young or old, we’ve all received a favourite new ‘toy’ or special gift that will gives us hours of joy before January
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8
Dec

Remote Tips: How We’re Keeping Up Morale and Company Culture

Hear from Trilby Lawless, Digital Content Manager at Bigtime, on how to keep up morale and company culture in a remote working environment.   Culture is a part of any office environment — and you work hard to promote your firm’s unique culture. It plays a role in how you recruit and retain talent, whether that talent resides in the

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8
Dec

The Times They Are a-Changin’: Strategise and Evolve

Bob Dylan wrote: “… admit that the waters Around you have grown And accept it that soon You’ll be drenched to the bone If your time to you is worth savin’ Then you better start swimmin’ or you’ll sink like a stone For the times they are a-changin’” Written in a bygone era, Dylan’s fantastic lyrics capture a generation of

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5
Nov

Aptus joins Sage Foundation Partner Program and Movember

Many of us at Aptus are passionate about fundraising and raising awareness for important causes, which is why we’re proud to be the first Sage Foundation Partner in Australia and we’ll be kicking it all off by taking part in Movember. About Sage Foundation The Sage Foundation Partner Program was launched 4 years ago to enable Sage partners to work

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22
Oct

Sage Intacct Blog: Re-thinking cybersecurity in the age of COVID-19

COVID-19 has forced us into many new habits in all aspects of our lives – social distancing, constant hand washing, squirts of sanitiser, and the now common practice of working from home. Unfortunately, as with many situations nowadays, opportunists will act quickly to capitalise on a crisis and whilst attention is focused on health and the economy, cybercriminals have ramped

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14
Oct

Mental Health Week

Mental Health Week provides us with a time to reflect on how we are feeling during the current COVID 19 pandemic and whether we have the best strategies in place to cope with everything that life is throwing at us right now.   Working from home and working well We’ve all been heartened to hear stories of how the pandemic

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29
Sep

Australian Farmers see Green Shoots of Recovery

Thank goodness Australian farmers and their communities are a resilient lot, given the tough couple of years they’ve had to endure. It’s not all bad news though and quite unexpectedly, COVID 19 has delivered some positive outcomes and created opportunities to re-energise regional parts of the country. Where once sacrifices had to be made regarding living and working in the

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29
Sep

How food manufacturers can ensure high quality across the supply chain

How food manufacturers can ensure high quality across the supply chain   Bruce Minty – ERP Product Marketing Manager at Sage Australia Health, safety and quality control are imperative when it comes to food production. However, despite the many precautions food manufacturers take to ensure the safety and quality of their products, the Australian government estimates there are 5.4 million

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