Well they say a problem shared is a problem halved and where we seek help, we are most likely to succeed. In health and fitness, we have long been exposed to the notion of a personal trainer and in business we are familiar with performance coaches.
Social Media has become an integral part of people’s lives and daily routines. In fact, according to socialmedianews.com.au approximately 50% of the Australian population logs into Facebook on a daily basis, LinkedIn now reports there are 10 million + registered users in Australia and 1 in 3 Australians use Instagram. Digital Media tips with Mai Jane, Digital Marketing Manager at Mirus Australia.
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Tom Murphy is Head of Workforce Management at Mirus Australia and with his team, they optimise staff coverage to the care needs of a providers residents, minimise the complexity of interpreting awards and integrate technology for improved financial sustainability in aged care.
Have you ever purchased a product from a catalog that didn’t feature product photography? Digital Media tips with Mai Jane, Digital Marketing Manager at Mirus Australia.
For Aged care professionals who compile, complete and/or submit ACFI appraisal packs like ACFI coordinators, Facility Managers, Nurses, ACFI Managers
I have been fascinated by the interest, impact and importance of data. Around the world. There is a recognised cliché in scientific circles which says “In God we trust, others must provide data.” The Data Farm Series with A Farmer from Mirus Australia.
In our previous CX + EX blog we looked at how the customer experience (CX) affects your organisation. We discussed why it is important to develop not only a CX strategy…
As the restrictions and safety measures have evolved, aged care providers across Australia have been going above and beyond to help keep their residents, families and friends and staff safe and informed.
I have been fascinated by the interest, impact and importance of data. Around the world. There is a recognised cliché in scientific circles which says “In God we trust, others must provide data.”