Speech pathologists in private practice: How to learn new skills rapidly

Speech pathologists in private practice: How to learn new skills rapidly

By nature and necessity, speech pathologists in private practice are life-long learners. Not only do we have to stay on top of research to keep

8 mental models speech pathologists in private practice can use to make better business decisions

8 mental models speech pathologists in private practice can use to make better business decisions

The world is complex. Speech pathologists are busy. Many of us are inundated with information. Most of us are juggling work and family commitments. Quite the

Can employers access employees' personal phones?

Can employers access employees’ personal phones?

Like too many employment law issues in Australia, the answer is that: “it depends”. The rise of the personal smart phone When I was a

Speechies in Business Why Us?

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year to all our friends, followers and fellow speech pathologists! We wish you all the best with your practices in 2019. We’ll be

When is a casual employee really a permanent employee?

When is a casual employee really a permanent employee?

In Australian employment law matters, the real world substance of a work relationship often trumps what the contract says. For example, sometimes people called independent contractors

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