CHL - Mar 26, 2020
London, 23 March 2020: Data from workforce management platform Deputy shows hours worked in the hospitality industry fell by 82% between Saturday, 14th March 2020 and Saturday, 21st March 2020.
And on Saturday, 21st March – the day after the British Prime Minister urged them to close – just 6% of shifts were worked in bars, pubs and restaurants. This work was most likely clean-down and other steps necessary to temporarily shutter businesses.
The Age - Mar 26, 2020
The letter has been signed by other Australian tech founders and venture capitalists including Atlassian co-founder Scott Farquhar, Culture Amp founder Didier Elzinga, Deputy co-founder Ashik Ahmed and Expert 360 co-founder Bridget Louden.
Startup Daily - Mar 26, 2020
The leaders of some of Australia’s biggest tech companies, including Canva, Atlassian, Livetiles, Safety Culture and Deputy, have released a manifesto on how business should respond to novel coronavirus as the world faces a potentially massive health and economic crisis.
Forbes - Mar 26, 2020
The world has never been as connected as it is today. Cloud computing, smartphones, and social media have changed how society interacts.
These changes have advanced our society for the most part. But there’s also a dark side to such intense 24/7 connectivity and it appears in the form of cyberbullying and cancel-culture.
Rethink Retail - Mar 26, 2020
One such retailer is Draper James: Founded in 2015 by actor/producer Reese Witherspoon, Draper James is a boutique women’s apparel retailer that radiates Southern charm. From the cups of sweet tea offered to shoppers upon entrance to the baby blue color palette reminiscent of a blooming springtime hydrangea, Draper James knows exactly who its customer is.
Catering Today - Mar 26, 2020
Last month the government announced a new immigration policy that provoked a big reaction from our industry. The impact of restricting so-called “lower-skilled” workers from the EU and elsewhere overseas …
MYOB Hospitality Rising Stars - Mar 06, 2020
Our experiences are our trademark, and our staff are incredibly important to the experiences we create.
Having MYOB, Single Touch Payroll, and Deputy makes sure they’re all paid correctly.
Independent Retailer - Mar 06, 2020
Technology is seeping into every aspect of the brick-and-mortar experience, from customer communications to workforce management, payments, in-store product personalization, and more. In fact, a solid digital transformation strategy is now standard to survive in today’s infamous and often overblown retail ‘apocalypse.’