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  • Why women do it themselves by

    You’ve heard it before, and the statistics prove it, but why are there so few women in senior executive and board positions?

  • How to … negotiate at work by

    Salaries, careers and opportunities are dependent on it, but when it comes to negotiating, are women getting a raw deal?

  • Reducing stress at work by

    Stress on the job creates high costs for business and reduces morale, productivity and earnings. Teresa Russell talks to two organisations that have taken a holistic approach to lowering and preventing job stress

  • The business of MBAs by

    With stagnant or declining enrolments, universities are trying to rework their MBA programs to attract students, while keeping up with the demands of business. Teresa Russell explores recent trends and finds out how to get the best bang for your MBA buck

  • CEOs take the lead on HR by

    Over the past ten years or so, the pace and complexity of business has changed significantly. A myriad of forces have come to bear on business, and CEOs and fellow C-level executives have had to take a big step up to the plate if their companies are simply to survive

  • Spending up on HR by

    Human Resources magazine’s study of the top ASX-listed companies in Australia has shed light on the business of people management within Australia. In the final installment of a three-part series, Craig Donaldson looks at trends in HR budgets as well as staffing levels of HR professionals

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