As we settle into the new financial year (19/20) and we prepare for our Speller annual company trip away, we reflect on our busy but challenging past year (18/19). This year we head up to sunny Airlie Beach to set some goals, plans and focus for this financial year.
It’s the time of year where misconceptions such as “the market is slowing down” are rumoured and contractors start to worry about being out of work. However, historically Speller has seen quite the opposite. Let’s break it down.
It won’t come as a surprise when you read that SuccessFactors is thriving in the SAP market. Australia as a whole is screaming out for good people with all types of experience in SuccessFactors. Chris Oughton explains the impact it’s having on the market & what you should know.
On this week’s blog we’re talking politics. So how does Liberal’s win affect SAP industries? We discuss mining, retail, utilities, and government sectors and how they’re affected by this result. We also discuss if Speller International can predict any SAP changes. Let’s take a look!
Last week nearly 200 people filled the first floor of the Sofitel for this years’ Brisbane SAUG. They covered Machine Learning/ AI and ChatBots, state revenue and taxes, data updates, and how the Queensland government is leading the way in technology. Chris Oughton talks us through it!
Today we remember those who sacrificed their lives to fight for our country in the First World War. And as the sun rises, we are left remembering what they stood for and how they helped to shape the Australia we know today. Lest we forget.
The Victorian Parliament passed the Labor Hire Licensing Bill 2017 on 20 June 2018. The purpose of the bill is to protect workers from being exploited by both labour hire providers and their users. Our SAP Recruitment Consultant, Maria McNally tells us how it works!
Speller International hosted our first SAP Industry event on Wednesday March 27th where we had 3 guest speakers share their experiences, key learnings, changes and challenges they face as consultants going from an ECC6 to SAP S/4HANA environment. Let’s see what they had to say!
The way employers report tax and super information to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has changed. This reporting change is called Single Touch Payroll and this week we look at how it affects any PAYG employee and what we need to do to get ready for it. Amber-Lee Kristensen explains.
Let’s face it, everyone needs electricity & gas to power their everyday living. And as competition in the Utilities Industry rises, companies need the best technology. Senior SAP Manager, Mary Vidovich talks about how busy the Utilities Industry is & how SAP positions are affected.