Australians have a bit an obsession with statistics. And at Goodwork, we’ve got a bit of an obsession with tradies. Here’s our suprising tradie statistics.
In light of Mental Health Month this October, we’re sharing our tips for tradies to look after their mental health.
This week we reached a HUGE milestone. That’s right, there are now 20,000 tradies on goodwork!
We’ve done the research and come up with a list of things that will help every tradie improve their chances of succeeding in the industry. So have a look through; we bet you’ll find something that you can start doing today to help you kick goals tomorrow.
A good network of contacts is important in every industry. Have a chat with almost any tradie and you’ll find it’s a pretty common way to find work.
When most people think of networking, they’re imagining a corporate suit in a bar schmoozing to get his next sale. But that’s not how it has to be!
When it comes to finding work you’d have heard the phrase – it’s not what you know, it’s who you know. It applies to everyone, especially tradies.
Most of the laws and regulations in the tradie industry are focused on helping you get home safely after work. And with good reason – statistics show you’re much more likely to get injured in your work as a tradie than working in an air-conditioned office job. But occasionally, the industry also gets some legal changes that help with getting better results in other areas of your business than just OH&S! Here are just a…
More and more ‘tradie ladies’ are working to break stereotypes and we are here for it.
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