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  • The business of design by Iain Hopkins

    Look around your office. How many desks sit empty? With telework taking off, studies have shown that, on occasion, just 50% of desks are ever occupied. Beyond having flashy corporate HQs, it might be time to focus on making the space support the business and the people working within it, as Iain Hopkins discovers

  • Opinion: Focus on people to ease the pain of change management by External

    Many change projects do not meet schedule, budget and quality goals and some of the biggest barriers to success are people factors, including changing mindsets and attitudes corporate culture, lack of senior management support. Leanne Ramsay suggests how companies can handle change more effectively.

  • IBM wins court case following discrimination claims by Chloe Taylor

    A Federal Circuit Court Judge has dismissed the allegations of an IBM employee, who claimed that she was discriminated against and forced to work excessive hours.

  • Corporate giants join crusade for same-sex marriage by Nicola Middlemiss

    The Federal Parliament is under increased pressure to pass a reform on same-sex marriage after scores of c-suite execs have spoken out.

  • Is IBM set for biggest ever workforce cull? by Chloe Taylor

    Speculation has been circulating that IBM is due to lay off more than a quarter of its global workforce, which would be the biggest lay off in the company’s century spanning history.

  • 6 steps to creating a workplace of all-stars by HCA

    Research shows that companies with a recognition culture experience 32% more productivity than those without similar initiatives. Here are six steps to get started.

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