Two experts have flagged up concerns that many – both workers and employers – have about the rise of technology. Here are the questions you need to be asking before they enter your workplace.
Who do you surround yourself with? Lee Kuan Yew was a successful leader in part because his circle was full of intellectuals not supporters, Malaysia’s former deputy finance minister says.
Research has found that ‘on-demand’ employees are noticing increasing pitfalls to their work. One organisation has suggested that the steady employment of a minority is damaging the labour market.
The use of resources like Lynda.com and YouTube can help in leadership development, the global VP of Hootsuite told HC.
A recent study showed that employers in Australia are ignoring the growing issue of the national and global skills shortage. Experts share tips on how to turn things around and address the problem before it’s too late.
One expert in workplace psychology outlines some key ways of cultivating an environment that supports strong mental health.
The image presented of agriculture and farming - of men working the land, hardened by the sun and drought - is outdated. Agriculture is a key growth sector in the Australian economy and must improve productivity and efficiency like any other industry that competes in the global market. To do so requires diverse and inclusive workforces and STEM skills are playing an increasingly important role, writes Julia Bailey.
A government inquiry has set out to tackle corrupt union activity – and will see a crackdown on companies who bribe unions to avoid industrial action.
After protected strike action occurred within the Commonwealth’s largest department, workers who took part were identified using an image of a rodent – but department heads claim it was simply a misunderstanding.
One expert has outlined five indicators that your colleagues see you as a pushover – how can you turn this around?