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Stories Behind the Grind

Jun 10, 2019

On this episode of Stories Behind the Grind, listen to my conversation with Tim Walmsley, founder of BenchOn. We discuss what the future of work could look like, lessons learnt from scaling from a startup and managing both the supply and demand sides of a two sided marketplace.

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Where the idea of BenchOn came from

The importance of understanding both the supply and demand of the industry you’re in

How a $1 million investment forced Tim to look elsewhere to get BenchOn up and running

Taking a horizontal approach to building a marketplace across all industries

Tim's view on where the workforce is going in the next 5 years

Creating job stability for Australians

Creating an environment where businesses have the flexibility and agility to move staff when and where needed coupled with the stability of full-time employment

How to maintain corporate knowledge within the business

The high cost of turnover (especially when hiring millennials)

Why cutting your staff is like chopping your leg off to lose weight?

Who is best suited to use the BenchOn platform

How Tim managed to balance the supply and demand constraints

Biggest lessons Tim learned over the last 2 years

Managing the highs and lows of entrepreneurship

Tim's definition of the grind

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