I had the pleasure of being interviewed recently for my opinions on the increasing financial struggle many Australians are experiencing. With added financial pressure employees may also experience greater expectations from their employers to do more with less, usually in the form of more hours, workload and stress. It’s important to survive during this current strain and also plan for the future. The employment market is very competitive and those new to their industries may need to put a bit more in the short term to set themselves up for the future.
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Federal Budget and Balance - How to deal with the financial pressure Don't let your work life balance suffer due to financial pressure! With the announcement of the federal budget, more Australians will be forced to do more with less. This will result in increased pressure from employers to who will also feel the punch and will ultimately create more uncertainty in the labour market. There will no doubt be a greater expectation by workers to put in more than what they have done before.