Tony Featherstone is a former managing editor of Business Review Weekly and Shares magazines. He is a specialist writer on small companies and entrepreneurs for The Age online, The Australian Financial Review and BRW. Tony’s blog looks at the human side of entrepreneurship and business failure, a topic poorly understood in this country.
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Tony Featherstone Here are the seven signs your clients are milking you for work for which they have no intention of paying.
Tony Featherstone If you're not prepared to chuck in your job, burn through your life savings and put your reputation on the line, forget the dream.
Tony Featherstone It starts with being able to name a few team members who could do your job.
Tony Featherstone Staff are seeing red as managers take credit for their work.
Tony Featherstone Candidates are wasting time applying for jobs that were always going to be filled by internal candidates.
Tony Featherstone How can we encourage more entrepreneurship among older people?
Tony Featherstone Job boredom no good for workers or business.
Tony Featherstone Is talking about how much we earn really one of the last taboos anymore?
Tony Featherstone So which ones should we axe? Anzac Day? Easter Monday? You choose.
Tony Featherstone School's back, but for some it's just an expensive waste of time.
Tony Featherstone Where are you going? What are you doing? If that's what you're asking yourself, don't panic - be bold.
Tony Featherstone Once the office uniform worldwide, is the good old 'bag of fruit' going the way of the dinosaur?
Tony Featherstone Too many businesses are slack about taking our money.
Tony Featherstone Face it, summer holidays are over. Here are some tips to get back to business.
Tony Featherstone Not very, given the insecurity of full time employment.
Tony Featherstone They don't have much choice if they want to lift productivity.
Tony Featherstone Does it make sense to spend three years studying to accrue tens of thousands of dollars in debt and finish with little prospect of a good job?
Tony Featherstone Too many businesses kick older workers to the kerb.
Tony Featherstone It's time to cast your annual vote on the companies whose service infuriated you the most this year.
Tony Featherstone The Productivity Commission wants us working into our 70s. Has anyone asked businesses what they want?