Gayle Bryant

Gayle has been a financial and business journalist and sub-editor for almost 30 years. She has written for a wide range of newspapers, magazines, custom and trade press and websites. Gayle’s articles regularly appear in the Sydney Morning Herald’s small business section and the Australian Financial Review’s special reports section.

The opinions expressed in this article are the opinions of the author(s) and not necessarily those of Homeloans Ltd.


Articles by: Gayle Bryant

Using LinkedIn to build your business

LinkedIn is a great way to build your brand and develop a rapport with your clients. And while you may already have a profile,...   Read More

Five ways to create a first impression

It’s said that you only get one chance to make a first impression and when that one chance is the difference between signing up...   Read More

How to give a formal warning

Unfortunately, there may be times when the behaviour of one of your employees warrants a formal warning. But what is the correct procedure for...   Read More

Avoiding disasters in family businesses

If you thought catching up with your family once a year during the summer holidays was stressful enough, think of what the nearly 500,000...   Read More

How to keep your staff engaged

No one wants to lose good staff, especially in times of skill shortages, so what can you do to motivate and retain your employees?...   Read More

5 women’s business networks

Women comprise just over a third of all Australia’s business operators* and there are plenty of places to go for female-only advice and support...   Read More

What the federal budget proposed for housing affordability

The federal budget is always eagerly awaited for news of how homeowners – and potential homeowners – will be affected. Housing affordability remains a...   Read More

Housing market coming off the boil

More reports have been emerging about the worrying state of Australia’s housing market. But are we set for a bubble to burst in certain...   Read More

What 2017 has in store for interest rates

The Reserve Bank of Australia kept the cash rate on hold in February at its first board meeting for 2017. The decision was in...   Read More

What does 2017 hold for Australia’s property market?

The start of the new year is always a good time to reassess your financial situation and one area that is usually on people’s...   Read More