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taniaIn this first episode, our host Luke Mugavin speaks with WorkPro Founder Tania Evans. We discover how WorkPro started 10 years ago, the challenges and the exciting changes WorkPro has in store!

This first ‘WorkPro files’ podcast was initially going to be a test run, but there is some great information being shared in this relaxed interview, so we thought we would run with it! Enjoy!

 

EPISODE TIMELINE

0.59               Intro

2.30               Background on WorkPro

5.07               Numbers – amount of people who have done WorkPro to date

6.28               Challenges/Obstacles along the way

9.35               Industry Application

11.21              WHS Inductions Library

12.12              What the future holds – The Re-Write

14.18              Top 3 learnings/Take-aways

RESOURCES AND LINKS

Fact Sheets and Infographics http://www.workpro.com.au/business-hub/factsheets-and-infographics/

Modules Library http://www.workpro.com.au/services/whs-induction/modules-library/

Industry News http://www.workpro.com.au/business-hub/industry-news/

Ebooks http://www.workpro.com.au/business-hub/ebooks/

 

TOP 3 LEARNINGS/TAKE-AWAYS

  1. Be passionate
    You cannot do anything well if you are not passionate about it. Keep on believing!
  1. Be persistent and evolve
    You will get setbacks along the way but as long as you keep persisting and evolving – you will win in the end.
  1. Don’t stop learning
    The reason this podcast exists. There is so much to know and learn in the HR and compliance world. There’s never a dull moment!

INSPIRATIONAL QUOTE

“Working hard for something we don’t care about is called stress. Working hard for something we love is called passion!”

WE’D LOVE YOUR FEEDBACK

We hope you enjoyed listening to our first podcast. Why not tell us what part you enjoyed most. Remember we are new to this podcasting (you couldn’t half tell!) so go easy.

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