Louis White

Louis White

Louis is an established freelance journalist who has written for The Australian, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian Financial Review and The Age in Australia, while contributing to The Times, The Financial Times and The Guardian in The UK. He has written across most subject matter and interviewed prominent personalities including politicians, celebrities, billionaires, property developers, C-suite executives and the person on the street. 

How to onboard freelancers

How to onboard freelancers

Freelancing has grown in popularity amid tight labour market, but are you providing them with enough training?

'Quiet quitting': How to spot the subtle signs – before it's too late

'Quiet quitting': How to spot the subtle signs – before it's too late

Do companies need to adapt to a 'change in attitude to life'?

How well do you really know your company culture?

How well do you really know your company culture?

Toxicity can be a silent threat to productivity

Why we need social connection post pandemic

Why we need social connection post pandemic

Our least experienced workers need the office the most

How to solve integration in tech – and supercharge employee experience

How to solve integration in tech – and supercharge employee experience

Agility is not just confined to one's ability to think or move quickly, but it also encompasses an ever-changing workplace and cultural norms

What should I do if I suspect an employee of fraud?

What should I do if I suspect an employee of fraud?

It's an issue that’s continually on the rise – yet leaders are reluctant to discuss

If you're not engaging HR tech, you're doomed to fail

If you're not engaging HR tech, you're doomed to fail

Research suggests that digitization is the key to solving HR challenges in 2023

How to manage an employee who is not performing

How to manage an employee who is not performing

'Managing an employee's underperformance is possibly one of the most difficult scenarios you have to deal with'

'Ridiculous' interview questions alienate diverse candidates

'Ridiculous' interview questions alienate diverse candidates

Employees with mental or physical disabilities are being victimized by archaic interview techniques

This toxic communication trait is forcing your people to quit

This toxic communication trait is forcing your people to quit

Are you haemorrhaging employees? It's time to revamp your internal communications