Squaddle is an app which connects hospitality contractors to businesses that need to fill gaps in their roster on-demand.
Konnective is a mobile app which acts as a “one-stop shop” for employees to communicate and access their existing internal systems.
Using a crowdsourcing model, Aglo’s app allows shoppers to earn cash for completing gamified “missions” while they’re browsing a store.
Cribber is an app facilitating communication and compliance between tradies and site manager through a daily content “bulletin board”.
Paddl is an online job search platform that connects its users directly to relevant job postings based on their course of study.
Air Events Global is an online job marketplace looking to bridge the gap for freelancers looking for casual work in the events industry.
Employment Hero has announced a partnership with ANZ that will see its HR technology rolled out to ANZ’s small business customers.
Lighthouse.io uses Bluetooth beacons to detect an employees location and track their whereabouts via an online cloud management platform.
Working for a startup can be a fantastic opportunity to be part of something special; however, it is certainly not for everyone. Be sure you know what you are getting yourself into before signing up.
The Quantified Employee could be the ultimate in employee personalisation. By understanding our strengths, our weaknesses, our context, our productivity cycles and everything else in between, I’d argue that we should be able to optimise ourselves to deliver the most value in the time that we’re given.
BrightCaller, a startup based out of Stanford, California has come up with a solution to help people stay committed to their goals – whether it’s related to their personal lives or their work. In fact, employees from the world’s biggest tech companies – including Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Slack, Uber and Pinterest – are using BrightCaller to stay productive.
Many founders lament the struggles of finding and retaining staff that are just as passionate and committed to the startup as they are. In fact, losing a foundational employee is often perceived as betrayal.
Anne Moore believes her startup PlanDo will address the changing mindset of tech-savvy employees, their job satisfaction and the impacts of technology.