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By SafetyCulture Team
June 7th, 2021

A recipe for success: Food safety tech to help you do more with less

Jane Yuan, Sensors and IoT Product Manager at SafetyCulture, explains how hospitality professionals can tap into tech to manage increasing demand in the sector. Do more with less. It’s a line that you never want to hear at work, but it’s been the reality for many in hospitality in the past year. We see it …

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By Adam Turner
May 25th, 2021

Dialing up productivity with workstream collaboration

The coronavirus pandemic is fast-tracking the take-up of “workstream collaboration”. This next generation of unified productivity and collaboration tools is designed to make it easier for colleagues to work together from afar. Working from home is mandatory for many people when a lockdown is declared in their area. Even as the threat of the coronavirus …

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By Adi Gaskell
May 24th, 2021

Separating the signal from the noise

In a bygone era, decision-making used to suffer from the HiPPO (or Highest Paid Person’s Opinion) phenomenon, whereby logic goes out of the window in favour of the whim of the most senior executive in the room.  With the rise of big data, this phenomenon was supposed to be diminished. After all, as W. Edwards …

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By Adi Gaskell
May 13th, 2021

How to prepare teams for challenges that don’t exist yet

Adi Gaskell, SafetyCulture guest contributor, Future of Work columnist at Forbes, advisor for the European Institute of Innovation & Technology, and mentor for startups through Startup Bootcamp. Adi has a masters degree in IT, specializing in artificial intelligence and has spent 15 years working with startups, corporates, consultancies, government agencies, and universities.  A few years ago in …

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By Scott Cam
April 27th, 2021

Scott Cam on why talk is cheap when it comes to safety in the workplace

Scott Cam, SafetyCulture ambassador, shares his wake-up call and why one incident in the workplace is one too many. It seems strange to say this now but safety wasn’t a big priority when I started out in the carpentry game back in the 1970s. There were no OHS guidelines and safety managers cracking down in …

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By SafetyCulture Team
April 21st, 2021

What makes our Manchester office one of the best workplaces in the UK?

Our Manchester office has a lot to celebrate! They’ve scooped up an award listing with Great Place to Work UK and 3-star accreditation with Best Companies. These awards recognize the efforts of our team after a crazy year – not just working hard and smart, but showing resilience and supporting each other like never before through a prolonged …

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By Adam Turner
March 12th, 2021

The science behind the checklist

Adam Turner, SafetyCulture guest contributor, former deputy editor of the Sydney Morning Herald’s IT section,has been writing about the technological challenges facing Australian businesses for more than 20 years. Breaking down daunting projects or processes into bite-sized tasks, then ticking them off your checklist, is the key to staying productive when faced with an overwhelming …

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By SafetyCulture Team
March 5th, 2021

A note from our CTO: Choosing to challenge in engineering

A Note From James Simpson, CTO, SafetyCulture As International Women’s Day approaches, conversations often turn to how we can shape a more diverse and inclusive space in the Australian tech industry. Women have long been underrepresented in the engineering talent pipeline — and it’s important that we take the time to recognise and discuss this. …

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By Adam Turner
March 3rd, 2021

Striking the right balance between synchronous and asynchronous communication

Adam Turner, SafetyCulture guest contributor, former deputy editor of the Sydney Morning Herald’s IT section,has been writing about the technological challenges facing Australian businesses for more than 20 years. We’re spoiled for choice when it comes to communicating with colleagues, but you’ll never get any work done if you’re constantly interrupting each other over things …

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By Rae Johnston
February 26th, 2021

The Future of Work: New Tech For Post-Pandemic Businesses

Rae Johnston, SafetyCulture guest contributor, multi-award-winning STEM Journalist, TV and Radio Presenter, and Host of technology podcast Queens of the Drone Age. The groundbreaking journalist explores new smart tools for businesses in a post-pandemic environment. As the COVID-19 vaccine begins its rollout across the country – and the world – it’s tempting to imagine getting back to …

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