Lyndsie Clark

Business Development Specialist

Lyndsie Clark has worked in niche B2B print and online publishing and events, for the past 10 years, predominantly at Melbourne-based company Great Southern Press. Her last role at the company as General Manager saw Lyndsie manage a tight-knit team of journalists, sales, design and events staff, across the company’s local and international offices. Lyndsie has much experience producing publications and providing marketing solutions for business associations, and the companies and organisations that they represent. Lyndsie is married with two sons, aged 19 months, and 4 years, who both attend childcare. Lyndsie’s key role at The Sector is to provide effective marketing solutions for organisations wanting to reach an engaged ECEC audience.

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Articles by Lyndsie Clark

Racial profiling childcare fraud: Dutch tax office accused

The Dutch tax office, Belastingdienst, is under investigation after being accused of illegally collecting information about dual-nationals to choose who to investigate for potential child benefit fraud on the basis of their ethnic profile, Dutch News has reported.

a month ago

by Lyndsie Clark

Millennial dads want better work-life balance to be with family, UK report finds

Modern day fathers are more involved than parenting than ever before, with the majority of dads requesting flexible work arrangements to suit their young families, a UK report looking at the challenges facing today’s dads at work has found.

a month ago

by Lyndsie Clark

What will the ALP’s key IR policies mean for the ECEC sector?

With the Federal election just days away, Queensland workplace law expert Denise O’Reilly, Principal at O’Reilly Workplace Law, has shared her summary of the Australian Labor Party’s (ALP’s) key industrial relations (IR) policies that she thinks are of interest, and of concern, for business.

a month ago

by Lyndsie Clark

Magic broccoli trees makes you strong: study finds child-centred phrases help preschoolers try new foods

Using ‘child-centred phrases’ to explain the benefits of healthy food, and offering repeated opportunities for preschoolers to become familiar with healthy foods without pressure, helps them to understand the benefits of healthy eating and increases consumption, a new US study published in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior has found.

a month ago

by Lyndsie Clark

The system has failed educators: Shorten’s plan to fix it

The system has failed early childhood educators “the parent’s know it, the community knows it, everybody knows it” Australian Labor Party (ALP) Leader Bill Shorten has said during a doorstop interview while explaining the ALP’s strategy to improve wages while reducing the cost of early childhood education and care (ECEC) services for families.

2 months ago

by Lyndsie Clark