The FTE Equilibrium

In economics, a state of equilibrium is the balancing effect of supply and demand.[i] Thus, the quantity the producers supply equals the quantity the market demands, and all parties are satisfied by receiving and paying a fair price. Theoretically, it is a win-win situation. When it comes to employees, businesses also need to ensure that […]

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The great remote shift: what happens next?

As majority of Australia returns to ‘the new normal’ we look at what impact the ‘great remote shift’ has had – and will have – on Australian businesses.    COVID-19 has undoubtedly changed the business landscape in Australian and globally. Whilst shifts in economic factors such as employment security, consumer sentiment and business investments continue […]

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Implementing Benchmark Analysis Improvements to your Client’s Business

Sometimes you’ll need to set a few progressive targets, to get a client from a ‘poor’ position, to a ‘best practice’ standard. Here is an example. Suppose you have a client who is a real ‘basket case’ of a business: too much stock; debtors don’t pay on time; the company doesn’t charge enough for their […]

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