Mellissa Larkin of Peripheral Blue believes in a flexible workplace and leads by example. Could separating some flexibility myths from facts, help improve your business?
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Mellissa Larkin, Founder and Managing Director of Peripheral Blue, has been named as a finalist in the prestigious Australian Law Awards 2019, in the categories of Employer of Choice and Wellness Advocate of the Year.
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