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There seems to be an inverse correlation between an out-of-control world and the pursuit of personal control.
You don't need to be Miranda Priestly to have crossed the line.
Most of us enjoy our annual performance reviews as much as we do a root canal.
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Crafting a work email when you're annoyed at a coworker requires a certain amount of tact. Lisa from accounting may have missed a huge deadline, but you have to be diplomatic, not snippy, when remindi...
Workplace wellbeing, health and fitness options were voted as important factors.
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Luke Foley has addressed NSW Labor faithful.
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We don't have to keep up the facade that our lives are completely together.
Feeling unproductive? Forget coffee and buy a plant instead.
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We're constantly being asked to do more, with less.
Mental health costs every organisation.
Don't lower yourself to the standards of those rocking the boat.
If you try to please everybody you'll hold back your career.
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The battle for talent is driving employers to get creative.
Sadly, much like the childhood version, it's seen by many as imaginary.
Expert advice to boost morale and productivity.
Location, location, location.
The research is now unequivocal. Diversity of all kinds (but not too much) -- of gender, culture, age and experience -- creates better leadership, better company boards, a more creative and more produ...
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More than ever, we need to change the way we look at and think about ageing. Getting older doesn’t mean life ends. Getting older just means life changes. Indeed, ageing isn’t homogenous, everyone’s experience is different.
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The industrial watchdog has slammed 7-Eleven franchisees for "deliberately falsifying" records amid reports the convenience store giant could have to pay up to $100 million in unpaid wages to thousand...
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Australia’s future workplace is digital, agile ... and potentially full of robots, a new trend-predicting report has found. The analysis, from the CSIRO’s data innovation department Data61 and industr...
In The Sydney Morning Herald on Tuesday I read an article that focused on where the sentiments of Corporate Australia currently stand. The following statements given between 4th February and 23rd Febr...
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It's a tough ride for a woman in the workplace. Meeting new people when you work long hours inevitably means you will get closer to them -- and even make friends in the workplace. But beware. Friends...
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Australians have become so addicted to their smartphones that businesses are being forced to implement phone bans during work hours to improve safety and boost productivity. And according to a workpla...
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We eat worse than we should. We study for our entire lives. we let down our family and friends. We run late, and sometimes we rush. But that is just the tip of the iceberg...
There’s no argument that operating a small business puts demands on time, energy and finances. But there’s one component of running a business that’s crucial to success -- and it’s one that most small...
We ALL have them -- days when we really can't be bothered getting out of bed and heading to work. Those moments lying under the covers, stealing every last minute before dragging yourself up and into...
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Workplaces are striving to become family friendly, but after a push to allow toddlers on the floor of parliament we take a pictorial journey through jobs where bringing your kid to work just ain't goi...
I have come to understand that the terrible things that happen in war zones - murder, rape, assaults, the stripping away of dignity, the absence of hope -- they are just as much present in our own communities, in our own families, as they are in other more seemingly troubled countries.