The Importance of Compliance
According to the International Compliance Association, compliance describes “the ability to act according to an order, set of rules or request.”
by Mick Ogrizek
Choosing between two high quality candidates – a recruitment dilemma
In some parts of the country, early childhood education and care (ECEC) recruitment is highly competitive, with far more positions than applicants. In other areas, or for certain roles, employers may have the luxury of choice, finding themselves in the enviable position of having two equally qualified, equally suitable applicants for a role. As an employer, what are some of the best ways to ensure the best applicant is chosen to move forward?
by Freya Lucas
How to Turn Your Employees into Leaders
You can have a lot of good employees, but they can’t turn into great leaders on their own. If there’s a talent it needs to be nurtured, which requires a deliberate effort from those at the top. Of course, your employees need to show willingness and ambition, but they can’t reach leadership without guidance and direction. Employee development is the responsibility of the employer as much as it is of the employees, so we’re about to show you how to groom yours for future leadership roles.
by Freya Lucas
Practising essential risky play safely in ECEC settings to boost children’s wellbeing
If I were to ask you what memorable outdoor play you experienced as a child, what recollections would you have?
by Nicola Russell
The essential nature of undirected, free play
Neve Spicer is a passionate advocate for play. As one of the two founders of We The Parents, Neve is a big believer in the need for children to have time to play, free from the constraints of the adult world.
by Neve Spicer