A reminder to all our registered agents to be aware of the potential for credit card fraud, both for themselves and their customers. Recently, we’ve received a number of reports of stolen credit card details being used to register companies or make payments for companies on behalf of people.
Registered agents play a big role in educating and assisting companies to manage their business obligations. By ensuring that these companies meet their obligations, they are positively contributing to Australia’s economic wellbeing.
Facilitating and hosting substantive conversations about health and wellbeing in the workplace brings about real change to a business’ bottom line.
Big data, machine learning and artificial intelligence have all been tipped to fundamentally transform the professional services industry. But it could be the re-emergence of Robotic Process Automation (RPA) that will deliver the most tangible business results in the short- and mid-term.
It is well established that not getting enough sleep negatively impacts upon our health and well-being. But, according to new research, sleeping too much also has deleterious effects, highlighting the need for us to strike the right balance.
The recent case of Burgess v Burgess  WASC 279 (‘Burgess’) continues a line of cases that consider the conflict that arises where a person acts as executor of a deceased estate while also receiving superannuation death benefits in their personal capacity.
New research from WorkScore shows that not only do employees overwhelmingly want their workplaces to invest in staff wellbeing, but that it can increase engagement, energy and happiness.
The FASEA today marked its plans to recognise the prior learning of those with specialist designations and tertiary qualifications related to financial services.