You can enjoy the might and simplicity of one career services platform providing both direct and digital services. Be it redundancy, redeployment, parental leave, EAP or transition to retirement, your employees can easily customise a unique career transition experience to meet their needs during times of change.
These critical events are the "moments of truth" in an employee's relationship with you that create risk, uncertainty and vulnerability. This is when your people need you most.
They require personalised, carefully crafted offerings to support their unique needs, not an out-dated one-size-fits-all approach.
Enhance your employer brand by doing the right thing for your people and for you. Enjoy the flexibility and cost effectiveness of our model that lets you choose your budget, your program’s duration, and reuse any funds not spent by employees.
Through our unique platform we offer the following:
Help your employees manage redundancy and transition into a new career with our diverse career transition programs.
Develop individuals and teams with our range of coaching and personal development programs.
Manage employee mental health in the workplace by supporting your employees with our leading EAP programs.
Empower your employees to be healthier and happier with our well-rounded employee health and wellbeing programs.
Help new parents stay in touch and return to work after parental leaves with ease and efficiency.
Make the transition to retirement for your older workers smooth and enjoyable with our retirement advice and interactive tools.
And more. To view our full service list in more detail, visit
We create a branded platform for you
You decide on your program and services
You upload employee details, or we can do it for you
You set a budget for each employee
Employees choose from our wide range of pre-vetted providers
You access total spend, account activity and management reports online
Services to help advance, change or transition from a career
Services to help save, invest, set financial goals and manage money
Services that support physical, mental and emotional wellbeing at work and beyond
Services to support HR in building, managing and growing talent
Give employees the freedom to choose what perks, programs and providers most benefit them, ensuring they get the most out of every experience.
Our platform enables you to manage costs, invoicing, reporting and much more, meaning you'll spend less time on benefits-related admin.
Expired credits are reallocated back to your corporate account to be reused for services for other employees, meaning no waste.
All of our providers undergo a rigorous vetting process before they're onboarded. They're also reviewed and rated by users within our platform, so you can rest assured they are the best in their fields.
Our reporting capability enables you to see which services your employees prefer, meaning you can optimise your benefits program and attract and retain top talent.
Career Money Life has been recognised as a leader in digital innovation by the Career Development Professional Association for Australia, the CDAA and has been the recipient of various prestigious HR and Business awards.
"I found the system very user friendly and easy to navigate. I was able to choose which services were of greatest value to me, the providers were all professional and very quick to respond to me. All in all, an excellent service offering."
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"I got so much out of these webinars, and it's all such critical information and tools to use now and in the future through prospective job searches and interviews"
"Jacqui is thorough in her approach and is very knowledgeable so her advice was very appropriate to my individual needs and circumstances. She gave me very specific and practical advice and tips for career/personal development, including how to improve my social media presence which I found very invaluable."
"Being able to quickly and easily access the Baby Sleep Specialist via our Parental Leave program with Career Money Life, was amazing. One of the best things my company has done for me. My baby is finally sleeping through the night, and my wife and I are catching up on our sleep as well. It means I can show up at work ready to perform at my best."
"I have really enjoyed the coaching sessions, and the strategies that I have learnt helped me settle in my new leadership role and build trust with my new team. It was so good to be able to select the coach of my choice through the Career Money Life site."
"Debby's lovely and yoga is very beneficial. She can tailor a program to suit your individual needs. I find it very relaxing and a great place to be. Would definitely recommend."
Health and Wellbeing
"My counselor Jenny, from the Career Money Life EAP, was fantastic and really helped me to understand some things."
"The transition to retirement webinar was very helpful thanks. Until hearing some of the observations I hadn't thought of myself as transitioning to retirement, but now realise it can be considered a different way of working and the transition can extend for a number of years - if we're lucky!"
Transition to Retirement
Here's what they have to say about our platform
Using COVID-19 downtime to re-invent, upskill can have major career benefits
Sandy Hutchison, Founder and CEO of Career Money Life, is featured in this article from The Age Magazine on the future of work post-pandemic. She talks about the new normal in the job market, which will create roles that will be in demand for years. Read the article here to learn more.
Cabin crew one moment, drag performer the next: How to nail the career
This article is authored by Gary Nunn and is originally published by The Age. Having sashayed across his kitchen in women’s clothing, miming Beyoncé’s Listen, cabin crew flight manager Daniel Floyd now sits opposite his smartphone camera, crying. He’s recounting the day his dad started rebuilding their strained relationship, shortly before his death.
As ‘paralysis’ subsides, employers weigh up next steps
Business conditions remain uncharted territory but employers are now emerging from a period of immobility and contemplating how to move their talent strategy through a COVID-19 environment.
“I’m finding that organisations that weren’t at the forefront [of talent management], are just getting their plans in place now,” says Career Money Life founder and CEO Sandy Hutchison
How to help an employee struggling with Mental Health
Sandy Hutchison, Founder of Career Money Life, explains how to best assist a staff member who you think is struggling with Mental Health.
The retirement series, part 6: What does retiring successfully mean to you?
Sandy Hutchison, Founder and CEO of Career Money Life, is featured in this article from Apia Good Life. According to Sandy, there is more awareness from a financial perspective about the need to plan early for retirement, but from a whole-of-life sense, there’s definitely not as much active planning as there should be.
How to earn big without going to university
Sandy Hutchison, Founder and CEO of Career Money Life, is featured in this article in The Sydney Morning Herald, "How to earn big without going to university".
Career Money Life in the Today Show
Helping mature-age workers re-enter the workforce, change careers or explore more rewarding semi-retirement options is such a big part of what we do, and we’re so proud to have been promoted on this morning’s Today show for doing just that!’
Buckling under the pressure?
Alec Bashinksy, Deloitte’s CHRO Asia Pacific Region and Career Money Life Advisory, is quoted in this article in the HRD. Research from Deloitte indicates that 56% of HR leaders are being pushed to take on a larger role in driving their organizations toward digital transformation.
A Mother and Daughter’s Perspective on the Working Juggle
To celebrate Mother’s Day, we spoke to Sandy Hutchison and her 14-year-old daughter Alex about what it’s like juggling a high-powered corporate career with having children (and what it’s like growing up with this person as your mum!).
Job search trends to look out for in 2018
Career Money Life is quoted in this article from Bowen Eldridge Recruitment. We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again; the world is constantly changing and evolving, and this will also be reflected in the recruitment trends we’ll see in 2018.
Career Money Life recognised with one of Asia-Pacific’s most prestigious business awards
Melbourne: Less than 4 years after she was made redundant from her corporate role and left wondering what on earth she would do next, Sandy Hutchison, founder of tech start up Career Money Life, has received one of Asia-Pacific’s premier business awards: a Stevie Award.
Career Money Life’s Transition to Retirement Program is featured in Business Business Business
Retirement. Many claim that it is the happiest stage of our lives, yet at the same time, the ‘retirement blues’ are all too common. So common, in fact, that experts say that depression amongst those of us retiring is steeply on the rise
Career Money Life’s Parental Leave and Return to Work Program is featured in Business Business Business
What are the top 5 features of best parental leave programs? In the not-too-distant past, parental leave wasn’t even a thing. Women were instead forced to resign from their jobs when they got married, and when children came along? Well, work continued as normal.
A successful approach to keeping employees happy
Sandy Hutchison, Founder of Career Money Life, explains how retail financial services firms can help keep staff engaged and happy.
Female Leader, Sandy Hutchison, Founder Career Money Life
Sandy Hutchison, Founder and Director Career Money Life took an idea hatched over her dinner table and turned it into an offering that disrupts the traditional career transition industry.
Amazon bans salary discussions in job interviews: Should your business ask applicants about their pay?
The US arm of retail giant Amazon has reportedly banned managers from asking prospective employees about their salary histories during the hiring process, in a move designed to encourage pay equity between men and women.
Career Money Life is a marketplace platform helping companies create curated HR benefits programs
Given the adage that a business is only as good as its best employees, it’s no wonder that a range of Australian startups have emerged over the years to help employers in finding and retaining them, from early upstarts such as Seek through to new players such as Vervoe and BetterView.
Alec Bashinsky, part of the Career Money Life Board Advisory, weighs in on freelance marketplaces
The Australian workforce is shifting. Freelance marketplaces or open talent networks (OTN) present a brilliant opportunity for workers to have more enjoyment and autonomy in their career, whilst also empowering businesses to increase efficiency.
Career Money Life Awarded HRD Silver Medal
Career Money Life is excited to announce that we’ve been awarded HRD (Human Resource Director)’s prestigious silver medal in their annual service provider awards.
58 Savvy Money Habits For Financial Freedom
Whether conscious or not, and whether you like it or not, your habits make up 40 percent of your daily activities. Don’t take my word for it though – It’s been scientifically researched. Sandy Hutchison, Founder and CEO of Career Money Life, shares her money habits for financial success.
Grow 2017: innovating people development
Career Money Life is proud to be a Supporting Partner of the 2017 MBTI® Conference, Grow: innovating people development, hosted by CPP – The Myers-Briggs® Company.
Japanese business Piala Inc. gives non-smokers six extra days of leave: Would this happen in Australia?
A Tokyo-based marketing firm has gifted non-smokers six extra days of paid holiday after complaints from staff that employees who trekked outside for a smoke break each day were working shorter hours.
Sandy Hutchison, Founder of Career Money Life, is quoted in an AHRI’s article, Courage under firing: The right way to handle redundancies
Digital disruption is accelerating the need to not only add new roles to organisations, but also remove established ones. Many employees can now expect to be told at some point in their career that their position is no longer needed.
Sandy Hutchison, Career Money Life Founder, speaks to Enterprise Radio about her disruptive new career startup
Sandy Hutchison, Founder and Director of Career Money Life, the world’s first Australian made online business that is built to empower people with choice to make good career, money and life decisions joins Enterprise Radio.
Sandy Hutchison, Founder Career Money Life, quoted by In The Black, CPA magazine on how to better manage redundancies
In an age of endless restructuring and instant communication, employers are learning the advantages of a more transparent approach to redundancies.
Career Money Life in the Financial Review - Small businesses connecting through this for that
This content is produced by The Australian Financial Review in commercial partnership with Telstra. A new commerce site that lets participants employ the ancient art of quid pro quo while helping develop connections between small businesses has had its first transactions.
Sandy Hutchison, Career Money Life Founder, discusses how to prepare for redundancy, with Bill Woods from 2UE Drive Radio Show.
Sydney Morning Herald's Redundancy Survival Guide quotes Sandy Hutchison, Career Money Life Founder.
Sandy Hutchison, founder of career transition platform Career Money Life, says it’s important not to rush into the job hunt.
Peter Promnitz, Advisory Board Chair of Career Money Life, shares his thoughts on career success.
The Australia wrote: Australian Unity chairman Peter Promnitz says it’s passion you should look for in your career — take on a role you feel you can make a difference in. And in his latest gig — and throughout his career — he says he has done just that.
The contracting model traditionally used to be “we’ll do your payroll and your super, but you’re kind of on your own for the rest of it”, says Career Money Life founder and CEO Sandy Hutchison, who previously led Marsh & McLennan’s APAC HR division and was a partner at Mercer.
Redundancy sparked Sandy Hutchison’s second life. Her pivot from HR director and partner—a role she had been working towards for 16 years—to business owner was, while not always easy, definitely worth it.
We are honored and thrilled to share that Sandy Hutchison, Founder and CEO of Career Money Life, is one of the finalists for the Digital Innovation Award in the 2018 AusMumpreneur Awards. Congratulations to all finalists! View the full list here.
The international software success Recruitloop made the top 100 in 2013. Now-infamous babysitting platform Sittr made the top 10 in 2016. And the incredibly successful consulting site Expert 360 made the list last year! What list?The Anthill SMART 100 innovations list, of course! And we’re SO excited that this year, amongst over 700 incredible innovations, we’ve made the top 50!
When you sign up for a conversation with our team, you can look forward to a 30 minute discussion around:
How we can create a customised, branded solution for you
How the onboarding process would work
The different solutions and packages that may suit your organisational needs
An honest conversation about whether Career Money Life is a good fit for you and your organisation