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  • Daily grind stands in the way of coaching by Stephanie Zillman

    The number of office workers receiving coaching to help them in their careers is low because, quite simply, employers are tied up with managing the business.

  • Employee guilty of defaming boss by Stephanie Zillman

    An employee who wrote a fiery resignation email accusing her former boss of bullying, lying, laziness and theft has been found guilty of defamation.

  • Be a frontrunner in parental leave conditions by Elizabeth Barnard

    The latest research has revealed that additional paid parental leave and flexible work conditions pays dividends for employers. Is it time to position your organisation as a market leader?

  • Lame rewards do more harm than good by

    If your organisation is planning on handing out company pens or chocolates to celebrate a significant company milestone – think again, lame rewards can do more harm than good.

  • The reason female execs leave is not glass ceiling by

    New research has been released which is sure to shake up the long-held belief that female executives leave organisations because of the glass ceiling. The real reason is far more insidious.

  • Still getting a raw deal: employers ignore quality labour by

    The workforce participation rate for disabled people in Australia has not improved since 2003 – it seems a lack of employer understanding is precluding access to this untapped workforce.

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