Child Care Industry News
November 14, 2017
Welcome, this week six quick steps to a healthier business and new research from Perth shows book collections in early childhood education services may lack diversity. Plus your chance to have your say on what it takes to attract top talent.
6 Steps to a healthier business
Hints of spring are finally in the air, and winter is behind us. Before the Christmas decorations start appearing in the shops, it's a great time to take stock of your business finances and undertake a business health-check. Consider it a fresh new start to the financial year ahead, before the slowing down of January and warmer weather takes its toll on our time and energy.

Here are 6 simple changes you can make to improve your business, that are easy to implement and well worth your time.
Have your say
Early childhood recruitment firm Randstad Education is surveying the early learning sector about what salary and benefits it takes to attract and retain top talent in this highly competitive sector.

Be sure to have your say on pay and complete the survey and as an added incentive, for every completed survey Randstad Education will donate $0.50 to the Daniel Morecombe Foundation.

Take the Early Childhood survey

Take the OSHC survey
How white is the book collection in your service?
Books in some Perth early childhood education and care centres do not reflect the racial diversity of Australian society, with the majority containing only Caucasian characters, according to new research from Edith Cowan University.

Researchers surveyed 2377 books in five Perth child care centres and found just 128, or about five per cent, of books contained non-white characters and most of those promoted out dated views or stereotypes.
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